Gunning to be a one stop shop for music lovers, Flowd combines location-based freebies at gigs with content thanks to YouTube and SoundCloud integration. There's also a smart gig calendar and the option to follow updates straight from artists. Screaming and throwing panties for the app age.
Monetising geeky challenges, Quest.li lets you set up and take part in quests to win money or prizes – some are quizzes you can do from anywhere and some might involve you trekking to the airport to do a weird dance. If you keep losing, just try the Single Player mode to rack up some self-esteem.
ithlete – know your body £6.99
Most fitness apps switch off when you do but ithlete appreciates that rest and recovery are nice sometimes too. Track you heart rate variability with a heart rate monitor chest strap and see when you should be training – it's an investment but then you can't put a price on guns like these (image sadly lost).
360 Panorama 63p
Real-time, automatic panoramas for your Android phone without forking out for a Galaxy Nexus? This iOS hit stitches together your images seamlessly with easy sharing to Facebook and Twitter.
Just in time for Comet's Five Day Frenzy electronics sale, here's a barcode scanner and reviews app that lets you research your options in-store. There are editorial, how-to's and videos as well – plus a mobile site if you decide you want that TV once you've walked out.
You may also like