We're back this week with our guide to the latest apps making waves on mobiles right now.
In this edition, we have Facebook Camera, a fantastic Android call manager and more!
The new app from Facebook seems like an odd release considering the fact that it just bought Instagram, but it's still a notable program nonetheless.
Available on iOS devices for now, the app lets you browse a photo-stream of your friends' photos, batch upload pictures and more.
Saturday Morning RPG
Inspired by 80s TV and cartoon fare, Saturday Morning RPG is a humourous yet fun take on the genre.
Another iOS exclusive, players take on a series of stereotypical villains in turn-based gameplay, with a few reflex-based actions as well.
The best part about Saturday Morning RPG is that the first chapter is free, with subsequent chapters costing $2.
Billed as a "caller contact manager", CallApp is one of the neatest and most practical Android apps around.
The application strings together a caller's social network details, updates and more, giving you a useful guide while calling someone.
CallApp is free and exclusive to Android users, making it worth a look.
One of the more popular PC programs makes its way to Android in the form of JetAudio, a music player with a comprehensive feature-set.
The app plays all sorts of file formats, including WAV, APE, FLAC, SPX and more, making it the definitive music player on the platform, it would seem.
JetAudio is available Basic is available from the Google Play store for free, with a Plus version set to be launched soon.
Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP
Superbrothers is an "exploratory action adventure" that has garnered critical acclaim since its release in 2010.
With a beautiful 8-bit style, players will fight with their sword and "evoke sworcery to solve mystical music mysteries".
Sword and Sworcery is currently on sale in the App Store for just $0.99, making it well worth a purchase.
The world's favourite motoring show makes its way to Windows Phone, featuring the latest news, reviews, opinions and more.
The draw card of this app is the video content, of course, featuring clips from the show that can also be downloaded for later viewing.
The Top Gear app is available on the Windows Phone Marketplace for free, featuring a styling Metro user interface to boot.