It's that time again, as we take a look at some of the more interesting and notable applications available this week.
This time, we have the original Final Fantasy, London 2012, the Standard Bank application and a few more programs.
Yes, the very first game in the long-running Final Fantasy is now available on Android devices, letting a whole new generation experience it.
Aside from the jazzed-up visuals, the game is pretty much the same title that came out way back in the 80s.
Yes, with a major sporting event we've come to expect a prerequisite app to be floating around, and the Olympics is no exception.
The End App
Reminiscent of Temple Run, this is another endless running title, with a third-person perspective and post-apocalyptic setting to boot.
Players are tasked with keeping the pace, avoiding obstacles and collecting duct-tape to buy acquire power-ups.
The End App is available as a free game for iOS devices, with the Pro version costing $1.99.
Babel Rising 3D
Garnering plenty of attention at E3 this year, this has you playing as a god, punishing non-believers as they attempt to build the Tower of Babel.
Once you've conquered the campaign, there's also a survival mode to test your mettle, so you'll squeeze some life out of the title yet.
It's been available for just about a month right now, but Standard Bank's banking tool is a pretty convenient app nonetheless.
The app lets you view your account balances, search for transactions and statements, transfer funds, buy airtime and more.
Epic Meal Time
One of the most popular YouTube channels gets its own mobile game, challenging you to eat junk food and avoid veggies.
It's nothing too serious, in fact, playing more like a minigame than anything, but it's worth a download if you're a big fan of the franchise. Available for iOS and Android, the Epic Meal Time game will cost users about $2.