We've got plenty of noteworthy apps in this week's feature, with an anti-theft program, Nike+ and a "pay-what-you-want" deal all standing out.
Then of course, there's also a great update to Google Maps worth downloading, featuring live traffic and more.
After a friend got mugged over the weekend, I thought it would be a good idea to take a look at an app that helps protect and track your device.
Cerberus is widely considered to be one of the best security apps around, letting you track your Android phone, start an alarm, wipe the memory and record audio with the microphone.
Cerberus includes a free trial that lasts for a week, with a lifetime licence costing just 2.99 euros.
If Android isn't your cup of tea, we've also covered other platforms in an older Swiss Army Kit entry!
The application tracks your running progress, with details such as distance, calories burnt and total runs all being tallied.
The Nike+ app also takes advantage of social networks, letting you post your details to Facebook or Twitter.
One for the Lumia range of Windows Phones, the Camera Extras app integrates itself into the default camera, giving you some great options.
The Camera Extras software lets you take panorama shots, burst-mode photos and self-timer snaps.
Arguably the best feature though is the Smart Group Shot mode, which automatically selects faces in multiple photos, bringing them together to make the perfect picture.
The application is available in the US marketplace, with other locales set to receive it soon as well.
Yes, you're probably thinking, "what the heck is this old app doing here?" but the latest update makes it worth revisiting.
The next update for Google Maps introduces live traffic updates, with Cape Town, Pretoria and Johannesburg supported.
And with offline mapping launched in the previous update, Nokia and Apple will have a stiff challenge ahead.
Easy Phone Tunes - iTunes Sync
Whether you're an Apple fan or just prefer iTunes, there are scores of people around the world using Apple's music player.
However, if you want to sync your Android device with iTunes, it's almost impossible. But Easy Phone Tunes - iTunes Sync gets the job done, so you don't have to resort to using another music player for the task.
The Indie Gala
The Humble Bundle has developed a huge following thanks to pay-what-you-want deals on a selection of fantastic titles.
Now, another similar initiative has popped up in the form of The Indie Gala, offering four great Android and PC titles at whatever price you want to pay.
However, there's also motivation to paying more than the average, currently set at $4.53, netting you three additional games (Manor of the Damned, Turba and Pitiri 1977).
The Adult Swim brand has gained a reputation for some solid yet funny games, with low-brow humour to boot.
The next title in their range is Velocirapture, which sees you play as a deity in the age of the dinosaurs. However, as the name implies, you'll need to send some dinos to heaven while smiting others, all accomplished with gesture-swipes.
The game starts off easily enough, but soon you'll be engulfed by the various creatures, making for a stiff challenge.
Velocirapture is available on iOS for the low price of $0.99.
Affliction: Zombie Rising
Another iOS game makes the cut in the form of the innovative Affliction: Zombie Rising.
This horror/shooter title makes use of augmented reality, placing users in a dark room, with gamers having to physically turn and spin to face the undead and make them.... well... dead. Again.
Affliction: Zombie Rising is available on both iPhone and iPad for $0.99.
The WinZip application lets users compress files to save space, while also letting you view supported formats within the app itself.