Demonstrating that alarm clock apps don’t have to be deathly dull, Timely boasts several colour schemes or allows you to create your own. You set you alarm by dragging a bar, can snooze by turning your phone over and cloud support means alarms are automatically synced across all your devices.
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP (£3.25)
A critically acclaimed action adventure game that is as much about sound and visuals as reflexes, Superbrothers boasts a beautiful pixel art style that’ll keep you so captivated you’ll miss your bus stop.
Not only is Feedly arguably the best RSS reader left after Google Reader’s untimely demise, it’s also the prettiest. Clean and simple and supporting images, it’s a stylish, simple way to keep up to date with all your favourite websites.
Ever parked your car and – like Ashton Kutcher and Seann William Scott in the silver screen classic – then forgotten where you left it? Valet ensures that’ll never happen again, by saving its position on a map. It also features a built-in timer to help you avoid getting a ticket.
With no shortage of decent free weather apps available, you might wonder why you should pay almost a pound for this one. Well, because it’s the most beautiful you can find on Android, that’s why. Clean, stylish and simple, Hue serves up hourly forecasts with aplomb. Also features a home screen widget.