Songkick Concerts £Free
An app that could easily change your life, Songkick got a big start on iPhone. Now Android fans can sit back and relax as this free app scans your music library (and last.fm or Facebook/ Google Music if you like) to bring you gigs near you. If you're running Ice Cream Sandwich, you also get a home screen widget for upcoming concerts at a glance.
Max Payne Mobile £2.30
Finally, hard-done-by cop Max Payne makes it onto Android – and with customisable touchscreen controls, slow mo Bullet Time and adjustable HD graphics all present and correct this should be top of your download list this week. Plus, if you don't like gaming on a touchscreen, you can plug in a controller – take that, Apple. Check Max's Google Play page for a full list of compatible devices – it includes the Samsung Galaxy S II (but not the S3, yet), the Galaxy Note, HTC One X and One S and Sony Xperia S.
This turn based post-zombie apocalypse game is pretty decent value – for 62p you get seven different endings as you fend off gangs and rioters and try to get together enough food and tech to survive. Just goes to show, we're not going to get tired of zombies anytime soon.
Kytephone: Kid's Phone £Free
If your wayward nephew racked up hundreds of pounds worth of downloads last time you lost sight of your handset, Kytephone could be your knight in shining cartoon armour. It limits your phone to calls and adult-approved apps and games – with a password needed to return your phone to full functionality.
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