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Do you use Windows?

For Windows users there is virtually no end of choice of apps, things can easily get somewhat overwhelming.

One of the great things about having a huge selection is not only the fact that there is choice, but also that there are free as well as paid-for programs that do the same job. We’ve collected together 50 of the finest apps to save you time hunting for the tools and utilities you need!

Head over to Windows.AppStorm and check out the roundup!

One of the best things about owning an Android device is discovering awesome new apps every day. The past week was not an exception, as I had my hands full with impressive and interesting ones to try. With a phone upgrade, it was a great way to test the apps and my new phone’s performance along with it.

Here are the best apps I’ve come across in the last seven days…


Who doesn’t love trivia games? They are available in all shapes and sizes, from board games to apps, and cover a huge range of different subjects. Whether you have an interest in Classic TV, the Elizabethan Period, or just general knowledge, you’ll find something to suit you.


Since joining the Android family I’ve cycled through multiple programs for multiple functions. Each time I try a Web browser, for example, I always try to find another to see if it has that little extra something the current one lacks. I have been through several SMS clients, each with noticeable advantages and disadvantages. In this article, I’ve compiled five of my favourites, each accompanied by a short review.


Apparently, when books first became common, parents were reluctant to let their children have them, fearing that they would spend all their time reading, and rot their brains. Today our digital gadgets have the same bad rep. But electronic devices can be helpful for developing coordination, for learning, for safe entertainment… or just for keeping kids quiet for a little while. If you’ve got a child and an Android device, these 30 apps will help with all of those.