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September’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Mobile

It's crazy how quickly 2016 is winding down to its conclusion, but there still seems like an awful lot more to come. Well there is still more than a quarter of the year left to go. With that in mind you're going to need a lot of help from your trusty smartphone, and if you want to get the most of it you'll need the apps to make it happen. Here are the ones to last you though the rest of the month. Read More >>

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May’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Mobile

Who remembers much about April? It was a quiet month really, since most of the big news came out during March. Still, we saw the brand new Kindle Oasis, heard rumours about an upgraded PS4 console, started being able to stream PS4 games over to our PCs, saw the first footage of Star Wars: Rogue One, got round to checking out Marvel's Civil War on the big screen, witnessed the world's first full first-person POV film, and the return of Game of Thrones. Read More >>

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March’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Mobile

Well February is now over. A very short month that happened to have a hell of a lot going on. We finally found out how much the HTC Vive will cost, we got to see Samsung's new flagships, saw a whole bunch of new gadgets at MWC in Barcelona, the ever-pricey Hololens became available for developers, we tested bionic earbuds, had a bit of a fuck-up with the naming of Crossrail, and heard about new plans for the government to stop us from watching our beloved porn. Read More >>

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February’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Mobile

January is over, the tax returns are in, and we've headed into the shortest month of the year. A lot happened in January, like Apple making a fuckton of money (even though iPhone sales stalled), a number of tragic celebrity deaths, Netflix promising to crack down on VPN users yet again, and flowers growing in space. Oh and we can't forget about CES, that manic week filled with tech and gadgety announcements. Read More >>

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The Best Apps of 2015

Christmas is over, and we are mere days away from the end of 2015 and the start of the second half of this decade. Pretty nuts right? Read More >>

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The Must-Have Apps for Your New Android Phone

Yesterday was the annual present-giving day known as Christmas Day, and there's a chance some of you received a shiny new Android phone to call your own. Chances are you'll want to get right to work to make sure it's living up to its potential, and part of that means getting yourself sorted on the apps front. Read More >>

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The Essential Apps for Your New iPhone

It's Christmas Day, and for most people that means turkey, family arguments, and lots of presents. Some of you may have been fortunate enough to be gifted a nice shiny fruit-branded iPhone, and are no doubt eager to make sure it can do all the things a new smartphone is capable of. Read More >>

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December’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

Give it a month and we will be in the second half of this decade, which is crazy. November has brought us Star Wars: Battlefront, the iPad ProFallout 4, Steam Machines, the newly disappointing Apple TV, BlackBerry's bizarre new phone, and some horrible new online surveillance legislation. Read More >>

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October’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

Well September is over, which means that we can pull out our best Green Day jokes that weren't even funny 11 years ago when that song came out. It's been a big month though, hasn't it? Read More >>

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September’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

Well would you look at that, August is basically over. Holy shit. I often talk about how months seem to fly by, but this really has. Windows 10 has been out for a month and IFA starts next week (God dammit...). August has seen a lot, we saw two brand new Samsung flagships, Fantastic Four somehow managed to be worse than angry nerds predicted, Facebook lunched a virtual assistant for some reason, mainstream media made VR look so lame, we found out that iTunes is technically illegal, and Noel Edmonds publicly came out as a complete nutjob. Read More >>

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August’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

July is over, and it's been one hell of a month. The biggest news, of course, came from the launch of Windows 10, which happened earlier this week. San Diego Comic Con came around with it came all the grainy leaked footage that film studios refuse to release officially for some reason, the OnePlus Two officially saw the light of day, Apple released a new budget handset iPod Touch, and Reddit had a massive hissy fit. Read More >>

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July’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

Goodbye June, you are finished. You saw yet another year of gaming announcements at E3, more news on a Netflix reunion for the Top Gear trio, Taylor Swift moaning about Apple and Apple actually listening, Apple deciding it wants to kill Spotify and announcing the UK launch of Apple Pay, and the final Oculus Rift. Oh and don't forget Fallout 4 Read More >>

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May’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

April seems to have flown by, but a decent amount of stuff has happened. We saw more glimpses of plenty of upcoming films including Star Wars, Jurassic World, and Mad Max: Fury Road. Super hero sequel Avengers: Age of Ultron came out, and it was awesome, LG announced the G4 smartphone at long last, we found out more about Windows 10, Game of Thrones came back, and the Apple Watch got released. Read More >>

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March’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

March has been an incredibly big month. Not only did we get to see all the fascinating goodies on show at MWC and GDC, we saw the official launch of yet-to-be-released Apple Watch (and its extortionately priced eight-grand cousin), a tacky-looking golden Macbook, along with trailers for Mad Max, Spectre, and The Last of Us the new Arnie movie. Oh we're also one step closer to getting a spaceport, and we're never, ever, getting a sequel to Dredd *sobs*. Read More >>