We've got some killer apps and games in this week's rundown, so whip your phone out and get hooked up to the WiFi.
Highlights this week include Microsoft's Hyperlapse apps, an interrogation game and BitTorrent's private messaging service.
One of the most popular running apps around, Zombies, Run! has now gone free to play.
Plug in your earphones and you'll have the sound of zombies chasing you, making for good motivation to keep a brisk pace.
Indefinite: Interrogation Game
One of the strangest game concepts I've come across in recent years, Indefinite sees you playing as a suspect under interrogation.
You'll need to answer a variety of questions quickly or else risk failing the interrogation. But with multiple endings and a "mysterious" story, it should be worth a few playthroughs.
Indefinite is free for Android.
Instagram's time-lapse app is still an iOS exclusive for now, but Microsoft has released its own version worth using.
Hyperlapse Mobile lets you create sped-up time-lapses, but also allows users to import existing video clips into the program.
Hyperlapse Mobile is available for Windows Phone and Android (the latter is a beta for now, requiring you to join the requisite Google+ group). If your phone isn't supported or you want more control, Microsoft has launched a desktop app too.
The guy behind the iconic Snake game on old-school Nokia phones has finally released a sequel of sorts.
Snake Rewind features ten levels, new visuals as well as power-ups, making for a rather modern update. But the game does have in-app purchases too, so beware of them.
The people behind BitTorrent have released a new application for mobile devices, being billed as a secure messaging service.
BitTorrent Bleep stands out thanks to the whisper ability, allowing you to send a self-deleting message or image. Additionally, the developer claims that conventional chats are securely sent and stored locally.
Knights of Pen and Paper 2
The original Knights of Pen and Paper is considered one of the best mobile RPGs around, featuring 16-bit visuals and simple yet effective mechanics.
Now, a sequel has been released, bringing a new campaign full of dynamic dungeons, side-quests and more.