It's once again time for our weekly list of mobile applications, with something for every major platform out there.
This time, we're looking at a few volume control tools for Android, a media server app for the PlayBook and a PlayStation Portable emulator.
Facebook for Windows Phone 8
Yes, we're sure that everyone has a Facebook application for their mobile, but Windows Phone users are being treated to an overhauled app.
It looks like the same old app at first, but the most notable new feature is the live lockscreen, displaying a constantly changing list of Facebook photos on your lockscreen. It's also possible to choose which photo albums get displayed, in a very neat touch.
Facebook for Windows Phone 8 is available from the Windows Phone Store.
One of the more respected media streaming applications, Plex lets you stream your music and video content to your device.
Now, months after its release on Android, Windows Phone and iOS, the BlackBerry PlayBook finally gets its own version of the popular application. To make use of it, you'll need to download the app to your PlayBook as well as to your computer.
Of course, there's more to the app than simple media streaming, such as the ability to serve up YouTube content as well as on-the-fly file converting.
One of the more creative applications on Android, EasyMute's name alone is pretty self-explanatory.
The app mutes music playback when it detects that your handset's proximity sensor is covered. So what this means is that you can mute tracks by simply placing your hand over the phone.
EasyMute is available from the Google Play Store as a free download.
We've covered the Falcon widget for Twitter before, but now, the developer has decided to make a full-fledged client.
Falcon Pro is still in beta but offers a great user-interface and some neat touches, such as the ability to reply and retweet from the dropdown menu.
The Falcon Pro beta is available from this link and users will need to enable third-party installations in order to nab the app.
Another endless runner has hit mobile devices, but Endless Road manages to stand out from the pack anyway.
This title features some minimalistic stylised visuals, bringing to mind the art-style seen in Mirror's Edge. Played from an isometric perspective, Endless Road has you speeding in a car, trying to get away as the level crashes around you, collecting power-ups in the process.
Endless Road is available for iOS from the Apple App Store, costing $0.99.
Smart Volume Control
Another self-explanatory application, Smart Volume Control lets you... well... control your volume. But there's a lot of cool features built into it anyway.
For one, you can set your volume levels by location, letting you lower the volume at work and then raise it automatically when you get home.
Smart Volume Control also has an innovative Speed Volume Mode, dynamically increasing your volume when it detects that you're moving at a fast pace (e.g. on the bus).
Smart Volume Control is available for Android in free and paid versions.
Emulators are the one big advantage that Android has over iOS and Windows Phone, with a ton of them available from Google Play. And the latest application to hit Android is a PSP emulator.
It's still a very early work-in-progress application, with very few games up and running, let alone playable. But the emulator is constantly being updated, so it's worth keeping an eye on down the line.
PPSSPP is available for free from the Google Play Store.
Hunters: Episode One
Already available on iOS, this turn-based strategy game has finally made its way to Google's Android devices.
Drawing its inspiration from games like Final Fantasy Tactics and X-Com, Hunters features a space setting as well as daily missions running on a real-time 24-hour clock.