It's once again time to take a gander at the mega-popular world of mobile applications and games.
This week, we have a DIY website, cross-platform FPS, the Avengers on BlackBerry and a few more neat apps.
One of the foremost DIY websites, iFixit has garnered a reputation for its gadget teardowns, which sees the latest tablets, smartphones and laptops prised open.
The website released an iOS application a few months ago, granting you access to guides and visual teardowns of appliances, phones, tablets and more.
The team has since released an Android app has well, letting you get your fix on.
Who can forget seminal online shooter CounterStrike? The Half Life mod helped usher in a new era of online gaming when it was released in 1999.
Now, we have Critical Strike, a mobile shooter for iOS (soon) and Android, inspired by the legendary title. And it's surprisingly decent, to say the least.
But arguably the best feature is the ability to conduct cross-platform play with PC, iOS and Android users.
The CouchSurfing phenomenon has taken the world by storm, pairing travellers with hosts. It's a fantastic way to meet new people and find a place to stay when overseas.
Now, an Android application has hit the Google Play store, letting users search for others, send/receive couch requests and more.
The Sushi Spinnery
Japanese developer Kairosoft has quite the following thanks to their sim-orientated games, such as Grand Prix Story, Pocket Academy and more.
Now, the company has released a new management game on Android, called The Sushi Spinnery. As you expect, you're in charge of a sushi bar, with more than just food needing attention.
The Sushi Spinnery is available on the Google Play store for roughly R41.
Casual puzzle games are probably the most popular genre on mobile devices right now, with the likes of Angry Birds and Where's My Water all being downloaded millions of times.
Now, another pretender to the throne has popped up in the form of Tractor Trails, which has you guiding a tractor to plant seeds.
The odd thing about Windows Phone is that there's no proper YouTube app, allegedly due to Google withholding crucial software from Microsoft.
However, a few developers have stepped up to the plate, with MetroTube being one of the more prominent examples.
Aside from the requisite streaming option, the app also features a beautiful user interface, HD streaming and the ability to play audio only.
Now that the app has gone free, this should be an essential download for any Windows Phone user.
Avengers: The Mobile Game
Movie-based games aren't exactly the best options when it comes to mobile titles, but when you're a BlackBerry user, pickings are slim.
Giving you the ability to play as Hulk, Thor, Captain America or Iron Man, players will need to charge through eight levels to finish the game.
Avengers is available from the BlackBerry App World for the low price of $0.99.
Tsuzp! A Zombie Tale
I don't know about you, but I've grown pretty tired of the standard zombie fare these days, being prominently featured on every platform.
But Tsuzp! is a slightly different spin on the formula, with players having to put up barricades and manage resources.
It's still in beta, and the language can be foul, but it's a free download for Android, so what do you have to lose?
Probably the most beautiful game on this list, Collider Quest is a puzzler with a post-apocalyptic twist.
Transported to a future populated by the Unknown, you'll need to collect items, solve puzzles and more in an attempt to save mankind.
Collider Quest is available as a free download from the Google Play store.