It's time to take a gander at some of the cooler apps floating around the various mobile markets this week.
In this iteration, we have a port of classic hacking game Uplink, a huge Google Maps update and plenty more app goodness.
Quiet, Please! is a fun adventure/puzzler that was originally released on the Xbox Live service, with players taking the role of an unnamed character seeking peace and quiet in the household.
The game is fairly straightforward, with simple controls and some neat 8-bit visuals, making for a neat distraction.
Introversion's fantastic hacking title has gained a cult following thanks to its gripping gameplay and innovative mechanics, and now, it's available on the iPad.
The game has you playing as a freelance agent hacking your way into computers to steal data, money and more. However, you'll also need to cover your tracks well, making for an interesting cat-and-mouse approach to gameplay.
This port of Uplink has been done with Introversion's blessing, featuring a new control scheme and a $4.99 price tag.
We enjoy camera apps as much as everyone else, but it seems like we're just seeing Instagram clones these days.
However, one studio has crafted a neat burst mode app for Windows Phone, called Turbo Camera, priced at $1.99.
With as many as 30 pictures per second and the ability to create GIFs, this is a neat app for any Windows Phone owner. A free trial is available as well, but it doesn't save your photos, however.
This camera-focused app for Android is pretty useless but interesting at the same time, giving you loads of statistics about your photos.
For instance, it gives you neat infographics about everything from the location of your photos to your favourite time of the day to take snaps.
This isn't a new app by any means, being preinstalled on every Android device, but it's the latest update that makes Google Maps an even better solution.
The new update finally introduces offline navigation, a must for data-conscious users and those heading to remote areas.
Although the feature is nowhere near as robust when compared to Nokia Maps, it's a good start anyway, and we hope to see improvements down the line.
Old-school Macintosh owners will no doubt heard of the Marathon series, a landmark shooter franchise created by Halo pioneers Bungie Studios.
The trilogy has made its way to Apple's iOS platform, and the best part about it is that the games are all free-to-play.
But if the titles are looking a tad dated you can opt for a $0.99 in-app purchase, granting access to HD visuals.
The great thing about mobile gaming is that there's plenty of innovation to be had, with Doptrix being the latest example of this.
An Android exclusive, Doptrix turns the Tetris formula on its head, with players controlling the stage rather than individual pieces.
The title is available as a premium game as well as a free trial, so you can try it before splashing out your hard-earned dosh.