Best Android apps this week

Join us as we get our Google Play boogie on and throw some Android app shapes

FIFA 12 £4.15

Wave your handset in the face of smug Xperia Play owners – but then leave the hooliganism at that – as FIFA 12 is now on Android, properly. It's pricey but big – EA gives you 22 leagues and over 500 teams to play with so you can get your football fix when you and the console need some space.

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Kinoma Play £Free

This free UI in a tin gives your Android smartie an overhaul with five new dashboards – play, search, places, music and send. The search area pulls results from more than one engine and Media Connect lets you share photos and video to DLNA-enabled TVs and games consoles.

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Photo 360° £Free

Take 360 panoramas – and capture sounds too – with this well-designed app. It'll let you share your photos five times for free, but will then charge you per share after that. The app uses your phone's front-facing camera to get behind you – clever stuff.

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Mensa Brain Test £1.29

Let's settle this once and for all – with an IQ test in an app. Mensa's Brain Test comes to Android from iOS and features three lengths of test for the ultimate in head scratching puzzles and questions. We'll see you at the Mensa rave.

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OverSkreen £1.49

Another Android enhancer that'll make your iPhone-toting friends sick with envy, OverSkreen is a floating browser that gives you slick multi-tasking skills.

Move, resize and minimise browsing windows as you catch up on a film and keep an eye on your emails at the same time – an essential for Android tabs.

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