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The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

It's always lovely when a bunch of health maladies hit at the same time. I'm currently tackling a cold, an angsty and swollen wisdom tooth, an oncoming cough, and the fact I want to sleep almost all the time. It's been a fun few days, to say the least. But perseverance is a classic British trait, so I soldier on. Plus it's not easy to find someone capable of covering my day job, so I can't really skive and spent a day in a semi-coma. Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

July! Summer! Another month and a half until we get a government-mandated day off work! Remember the good old days when July was the end of school, and meant you had something to look forward to? What is there now? Expensive holiday costs, stupid weather, and kids finishing school and noising up the local area. At least there are summer blockbusters to enjoy, so it's not all bad, just see them before schools finish lest you find your midday screening of War for the Planet of the Apes filled with toddlers. Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

Well the nice weather stopped almost as quickly as it started, but at least we don't have to sit in our own homes moaning about how hot it is - all while drowning in a pool of our own sweat. Instead we get to sit inside and moan about the rain, because we can never be happy about anything in this country. While you're all no doubt busy being miserable about something or other, make sure to check out these apps and see if they can lift your spirits. Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

This week is absolutely killing me, and doing wonders for my productivity. And by that I mean my productivity is tanking. If only summer holidays were a thing for adults... Even though it's June and the schools haven't shut down yet. But, you know, someone has to earn money to pay the rent. Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

It has been a big week with lots of news. Some good, some terrible, and some kind of meh. It's the perfect time for the weekend, and we just have to get through Friday to get there. If you need to pass the time, make sure to check out this latest batch of apps. Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

It's June! And with June the weather has... worsened? Bit weird. It was bright and sunny last week, and I couldn't sleep without an open window ad a fan. This week I don't want to get out of bed because my flat feels like a fridge. Crazy how nature does that, but I'm certainly not complaining about being too hot when I'm trying to go to sleep. Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iPhone, and Windows Apps

The weather is all nice and sunny at the moment, isn't that awful? Well not really, since it's nice enough to be able to get to places without being drenched in rain or blown away in a gale, but man are the bugs out in force. It's nasty, and they keep trying to move into my house without offering to pay rent. If I have to pay rent, you can be sure those random mayfly-looking things aren't getting away with their freeloading. Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

There's all this talk about bank holidays recently, which is unsurprising. We've just had three in as many weeks, with a fourth arriving at the end of the month, and the Labour Party promising us another four if they win the general election. Three of which will take place during the March/April period. Why then, though? Why should Spring be stuffed with bank holidays? Wouldn't it make more sense to have at least one every month before we start double dipping? Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

Here is the place where I usually write some sort of introduction - often based on something that's happening out in the big bad world. Today, however, nothing is really coming to mind so I'll skip the pleasantries and jump right to it. Here are all your lovely apps for this week. Read More >>

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The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

Easter eggs often feel like a rip off, but the most annoying thing is when the supermarkets don't discount them the day after. Imagine my shock to discover all the full-price Easter chocolate in my local Tesco Express, only for it to get discounted the next day. I don't get it really, is it now acceptable to give out eggs on Easter Monday? I'm not sure Jesus would be very happy about that. I know I'm not, I wanted some hollow chocolate shells without having to pay full price :( Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

Who else doesn't give a damn about Easter, but can't help but be thankful for the four day weekend Jesus is responsible for? It's a shame it doesn't happen that often, especially since is the first time I've been employed in a such a way that lets me enjoy the Good Friday-Easter Monday break in all its glory. I'm also looking forward to the discounted eggs, because regular-priced Easter eggs are a fucking rip off. Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

App, app, and away! It's that time of week again, with your new dose of apps to improve the capabilities of your mobile devices. There's a nice little selection this week, so make sure to try them out, you may be surprised with what you find. Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

We're a little bit late with the apps this week, that's because a shit-load of stuff has happened - particularly the Galaxy S8. It's rather lovely looking isn't it? And DeX is, erm, something that some people might find useful. Personally I don't see much point. Anyway, let's get down to what you want: lots of lovely apps. Read More >>

apps of the week
The Week’s Top Android, iOS, and Windows Apps

Well would you look at that, it's Spring already. You know what that means, right? An increase in rain over the coming month or so, bugs, and the sun coming up before your alarm clock goes off. But misery aside, it also means being closer to days when you're able to go out without a coat, and not having to keep the heating on all the bloody time. Until the point when we need fans or air conditioning on all the time, but that's a completely different season altogether. Read More >>