We've got plenty of great applications this week as we scoured the mobile landscape for some of the best programs and games.
This time, we have two overdue Google tools, a free Jurassic Park game and some great role-playing titles.
Google's all-conquering web browser has already made its way to Android devices, looking set to be the default application for looking at cat pictures. Now, a version has cropped up on Apple's iOS platform.
Available for iOS, Chrome isn't an exact replica of the Android version, using the Safari engine, for one.
However, the application has a number of cool features anyway, such as the ability to sync your browsing experience with the desktop.
Google Analytics has proven itself time and again as one of the more useful tools around, with countless websites making use of the service.
However, in an odd twist, an official application has never made an appearance on Android – until now that is.
Yes, the Analytics app grants you access to your dashboard, real-time statistics and other options, making it quite possibly the best pick for analytics on the move.
Final Fantasy III
The game itself is essentially a port of the critically acclaimed DS remake, bringing with it some pretty visuals.
At $16, it's quite expensive when compared to other RPGs on mobile platforms. Nevertheless, Final Fantasy fans should pick this up if they don't have it for iPhone or DS.
Cthulhu Saves The World
Sure, it's not a Final Fantasy game but this retro-styled RPG promises to deliver plenty of turn-based action.
In it, players control the dark lord himself, charged with killing a variety of monsters in the name of good.
Mini Mix Mayhem
Inspired by the crazy WarioWare series, Mini Mix Mayhem features a load of "microgames" to play, all lasting a few seconds.
However, what sets this title apart is that after a few seconds, you'll be charged with finishing multiple microgames at once.
It's this frantic nature that makes Mini Mix Mayhem worth the $0.99 purchase on Apple's App Store.
There are a variety of app-aggregation programs on the various mobile platforms, with AppFlow being the go-to program for Windows Phone.
The program lists apps by a number of categories, such as paid apps gone free, hidden gems and more.
AppFlow App Discovery is a free download and highly recommended if you're on the prowl for more apps.
Originally bundled together with the Music app, Apple has since spun off the podcasts feature into its own application.
Podcasts lets you download, browse and subscribe to thousands of... well... podcasts. The addition of a sleep timer for bedtime listening and social integration makes this stand out even more.
Jurassic Park Episode 1
The first episode of TellTale Games' take on Jurassic Park is a free iOS download for a limited time, giving gamers a chance to relive the terror at no cost.
An adventure game, Jurassic Park is a graphical powerhouse as well, as evident by its requirement of an iPad 2 or higher.
And with three more episodes available for purchase, there's plenty of content once the first episode has been completed.