The popular WeTransfer utility has moved into the smartphone space with its iPhone app allowing you to share large files easily and quickly.
Want to get productive with your super-slim iPad? Then you’ll need a keyboard, and we’re picking out some of the best in part one of this two-part group test.
When did you last use the apps on your handset? Aptrax can tell you, so that you’ll know what you can delete without regretting it.
The Kazam Trooper X4.5 is a budget handset with some great off-device extras, but a little more attention is needed on-device…
MyScript Calculator is an easy to use yet comprehensive maths app which can cater for a huge range of number-based needs.
The Samsung Galaxy NotePRO is a big beast of a tablet that’s packed with features. It adds a new dimension to the tablet world, but it won't be for everyone.
It isn’t the only Android app that creates Microsoft Office compatible documents, but OfficeSuite Pro is a well featured and compelling choice.
Basecamp is popular a project management solution, and its smartphone apps are the perfect companion as they let you keep on top of things while you are out and about.
Meet Me Halfway will find potential meeting places between two locations. This app is deceptively simple in terms of its concept, but it’s a really useful utility.
Imagine being able to see an historic photo of the place you are at. Imagine being able to shoot a new photo and include the old one. You are imagining Timera.
Pocket is the ideal app for the incorrigible reader, collector, and researcher of information. It lets you save stuff for looking at later – even when you are not online.
The Prestigio MultiPhone 7600 Duo is a dual-SIM 6in phone with some impressive – and some less impressive – surprises on offer.
Google Translate will help you get by in countries where you are not a fluent local language speaker, providing both written and audio translations.
Bus Guru helps Londoners get from one place to the next on time and with minimal fuss thanks to its use of live travel information.
OneDrive is the new name for the app formerly known as SkyDrive. It is Microsoft’s cloud-based storage freebie and it can automatically back up your photos on Android.
Skype is mainly thought of as a desktop and tablet app, but there are versions of the software for your smartphone, too.
DashClock adds a wealth of information to your Android lock screen, and you can customise it with extensions that meet your needs precisely.
The HTC Desire 601 is the flagship handset of the range, but it lacks the kind of standout features users demand in a phone these days.
This handy app can be used to help save your battery life, turn your phone to silent when you’re in meetings, and much more.
If you tweet you’ve got plenty of options, but the official Twitter app has recently been updated, and is definitely worth a look.
SwiftKey Note is a note-taking app with fast predictive text that learns your writing style, and it also connects with Evernote.
SuperBeam is an app that makes file sharing so easy you won’t need to think twice about installing it on your smartphone.
BlackBerry Messenger for Android (and iOS) has grown up to become really useful, even integrating Dropbox for file sharing.
This is the cheapest model in the Desire range, but HTC has cut too many corners to come up with a true contender here.
The Sony Xperia M is a low cost handset with some nice features, but how does it compare to the stiff competition in its price bracket?