We've scoured through the various mobile markets to bring you some of the most entertaining and useful apps around.
In this week's iteration, we have a speed-trap application, remote control app for PC and plenty more nifty programs!
Snap 'N Play
Every now and then, an application comes along with an amazing concept, whether it was MealSnap or Soundhound.
This week's mind-blowing application is SnapNPlay, an app for the classical music lovers perhaps. SnapNPlay lets users take a photo of their sheet music, with the app then playing back the notes.
Although the application has a somewhat niche appeal, it's a fantastic demonstration of your smartphone's possibilities. SnapNPlay costs $4 on the Google Play store, with a free demo available as well.
This controversial BlackBerry application lets users share speed-trap locations with one another, resulting in the program being pulled from the App World.
However, the app has since reappeared this week, according to Crackberry.com, giving users an alternative to the PigSpotter Twitter account.
The app is crowd-sourced however, so you'll need to rely on other motorists giving you a heads-up.
Cross-platform instant messengers are a dime a dozen these days, with the likes of WhatsApp, Mxit, eBuddy and others all grabbing a share of the market.
That hasn't stopped Hookt from making an impact though, bringing plenty of nifty features. A polished interface, graphical stickers, BlackBerry Messenger integration (on BlackBerries) and messaging receipts all combine to make a cool download.
Unify Remote Control
Using your phone to control your computer is nothing new, but the interface has left a lot to be desired though.
The Unify Remote Control for Windows Phone 7 gives users a pleasant, fast UI to work with, along with a variety of input methods. So you'll have a touchpad, alphanumeric keypad, shared clipboard and media playback buttons.
Unify Remote Control is available for R15 from the Windows Phone Marketplace, with a 48-hour trial also around.
Two high school students met due to their love of role-playing titles and pledged to create one. However, their game never came to be, with both students going on to work in the gaming industry.
Fast-forward sixteen years and the duo finally made their dream a reality with Dragon Fantasy, an 8-bit-styled role-playing game for iPhone and iPad.
Dragon Fantasy might not break the mould in any major way, but it delivers a fun, long experience with a constant stream of updates. Get it on iTunes for $2.
Tower defence games are quite possibly the breakthrough genre of this generation, with Plants vs. Zombies, Toy Soldiers and many others all achieving success.
Radiant Defense is another addition to the genre, a free title for Android devices. You wouldn't say it's a free title though, boasting some slick visuals and well-balanced gameplay.
Everyone's favourite slow-mo shooter is back, as Max Payne makes its way to Apple's iPhone and iPad for the tiny sum of $3.
Max Payne might not have aged well in the visual department, but it certainly holds up in terms of gameplay, with overhauled controls and new options.