It's time to take a peek at the most notable smartphone applications once again, with something for everyone.
In this edition, we're looking at a battery-saving app for BlackBerry, a Nintendo classic on iOS and plenty of other applications.
While technically not an app, but rather a widget, this Twitter client is useful nonetheless.
Falcon differs from other widgets, letting you open links and other content within the widget itself, so no need for a separate browser then.
Falcon is, of course, an Android exclusive application, available for free.
Tower defence games are pretty run-of-the-mill these days, with a new one seemingly coming out every day.
This one has a different spin on things though, with gamers playing antibodies, having to destroy viruses and the like. In a neat touch, any enemies that you miss the first time around will slowly grow immune to your attacks.
Human Defense is $1.99 on the Apple App Store, making it worth a buy if you're looking for something to replace Plants vs. Zombies.
BlackBerry Application Resource Monitor
An official BlackBerry program, this app helps users save their battery life, alerting users to idle apps and automatically closing them.
The app also has a battery saving mode, automatically setting brightness to 20 percent, adjusting screen timeout and more.
The BlackBerry Application Resource Monitor is available for BlackBerry OS 7 handsets free of charge.
Call of Mini: Zombies
Available as an iOS exclusive initially, this zombie shooter is now available on Google's Android devices too.
Call of Mini: Zombies differs from other titles by having a big focus on multiplayer action, with players having to cooperate to kill waves of zombies.
Featuring stylish visuals and a variety of weapons, Call of Mini: Zombies is free, with in-app purchases for upgrades and the like.
The World Ends With You: Solo Remix
One of the greatest portable RPGs of all time makes its way from the Nintendo DS to Apple's iOS platform.
Designed by Square Enix, The World Ends With You features new HD art, a revised battle system and a special multiplayer mode.
However, the biggest downside to the game is the price-tag, costing gamers $18. Still, you'll get plenty of bang for your buck as the game features loads of replay value.
One of the more innovative features on Samsung's Galaxy SIII is the Pop-Up Video capability, letting users watch clips while doing other tasks.
Now, a similar application has been released for all Android devices in the form of Super Video - and it works as expected.
Super Video is available free of charge from the Google Play Store.