We're looking at the most useful and entertaining mobile applications once again, with seven featured in this week's article.
This time, we have a few Twitter-related programs, an old favourite remade and a few other neat games.
Despite the fact that Twitter has its own service, TwitPic is still one of the most popular options for photo-sharing.
Now, the company has released an official app for Android, letting you share, edit and crop images with ease.
Seeing that the Olympics is currently in full swing, we thought that this innovative gymnastics game was well worth looking at.
TAISO has you using your smartphone's gyroscope and tilt sensors to do crazy flips and stunts, all while trying to stick the landing too.
Another Twitter-related program, this Android client lets you browse by category, dividing your timeline into smaller streams.
Slices is a boon for content junkies on the look for the latest news and multimedia, and you've got nothing to lose, seeing that it's free to download.
Trying to stand out on the Apple App Store is no easy feat, with over 500 000 applications on the service, but Propel Man is worth a look.
Another freemium title, Propel Man has you catapulting a skydiver, making sure he flies as far as possible before deploying the parachute.
There are plenty of levels in the base game, with the only in-app purchases being additional in-game currency.
A sci-fi action/platformer, Megatroid plays like a more linear, action-focused Super Metroid, with players having to defeat all manner of enemies and negotiate obstacles.
Another free-to-play title, Megatroid's coolest feature is the random level generation, which has you entering different words to create levels.
Spy vs Spy
If you were a child of the 80s, chances are good that you're familiar with the Spy vs. Spy videogame, based on the popular Mad magazine duo. Now, a remake has made its way to the App Store.
Players have to leave an embassy with a top-secret briefcase, so you'll need to plant booby traps and fight the other spy in the process.
At $0.99 for iOS, Spy vs Spy is a pretty sweet deal, and one that your other iPhone-toting friends should get for the killer multiplayer options.
It's been out for a few weeks already, but the game has now gone the free-to-play route as well, so you don't need to shell out if you don't want to.