We're back this week, taking a look at some of the latest and greatest mobile applications to be released.
This time, we have a neat app discovery program, Supersport's Windows Phone application and more!
App discovery tools are worth having on your smartphone, alerting you to unique programs, discounts and much more.
Now, Android owners have a new app discovery program in the form of Mapsaurus, which scans your existing library and gives you a "map" of recommendations.
MapSaurus is free, simple to use and tiny too, making it worth a download.
Made in just 48 hours at the Lumia hackathon in Durban, this locally produced title has also been crowned MTN's Windows Phone app of the year.
Players are tasked with manipulating objects to fit into shadows, with plenty of modes on hand too.
Matchy is available for free on the Windows Phone marketplace, so check it out.
Already available on iOS and Android, the Supersport application finally makes its way to the Windows Phone platform.
Bringing the latest news, live scoring and fixtures, the Supersport app is a must if you're a sports fan by any measure.
SplashTop 2 HD
Ever wanted to control your computer from your Android device? So have millions of others around the world, resulting in the critically acclaimed SplashTop application.
Now, the developer has released SplashTop 2, introducing a variety of new features and tweaks.
The best part is that the application is available free of charge for a limited time only, so get cracking on the download. However, you'll need to pay an annual subscription to make the most of the app, such as controlling your PC over 3G.
Remember classic computer title The Oregon Trail? Yeah, there's now a nifty zombie-themed take on the game.
Far from being but a simple cash-in on the zombie craze, Organ Trail: Director's Cut is quite fun. Players will need to scavenge for supplies and fight the undead, while the ability to kill infected party members is another draw-card.
Campaign the Game
Ever wanted to run your own advertising agency? Yeah, neither have we, but this nifty simulation lets you do just that.
With more than a passing nod to Game Dev Story, Campaign the Game sports similar visuals and mechanics to Kairosoft's title.
The ad agency sim is available on iOS devices for $1.99.
Current Caller ID
This is one of those apps that can only really be done on Android, thanks to its open nature, allowing developers to modify a host of core features.
Whenever someone calls you, their Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter updates are displayed on the screen as well - a rather novel concept.
Current Caller ID is available on Android for free, so check it out, you've got nothing to lose.