Our Favourite Android, iOS And Windows Phone Apps Of The Week

Our Favourite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

Need some new apps to start your week right? We've got you covered.


Android

Fleksy Keyboard

Our Favourite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

If you're a heavy Android user, you probably know Fleksy's slick, intuitive keyboards. This most recent update adds My Fleksy Cloud, linking all your devices to make sure any keyboard you touch will have your most up-to-date preferences for keyboard layout and custom gestures. [$4]

Lingua.ly

Our Favourite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

Hot off the app-presses, Lingua.ly brings language learning to the grubby touchscreen you're usually staring at anyway. Like the browser-based version, it offers flash cards, a dictionary and quizzes, and presents you with news articles matched to your reading level to help you learn by context. [Free]

MediaMonkey

Our Favourite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

If you've got your music haphazardly strewn across both a Windows computer and an Android device, MediaMonkey will help you keep it all together. With wireless sync (for paying customers), powerful organisation features, and navigation that makes finding any track a breeze, this app makes your Android device into a dedicated music player that just happens to do a bunch of other things. [Free, Pro version $3.59]


iOS

Timerlist

Our Favourite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

Your iDevice's built-in stopwatch is OK, but it's not built for intervals, and running multiple timers at once is basically a pain. Timerlist gives you a large-format set of timers you can read across the room -- they will even talk to you through your device's speakers or your sound system via Airplay. [Free]

Tag

Our Favourite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

Theoretically, sharing your location on social media is fun. Sometimes, though, you only wanna tell some people where you're at. That's where Tag comes in, letting you send your location to a select list of friends. You can even attach pictures or videos, y'know, to really show off to your friends all the fun things you're doing. It's like a group text with a built-in map. [Free]


Windows Phone

Facebook Beta

Our Favourite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

The only official Facebook app for Windows Phone is still in beta, but this week's update brought redesigns to live tiles, chat, events, groups and photo albums. And with added improvements to messaging and faster, less buggy notifications, this beta's on its way to being a rock-solid build. [Free]