The year is 3122, man has taken to space and has brought some feline friends along for the ride. And what do cats of the future like to do? Well, chase mice of course. Only in 3122 they like to chase mice using flying saucers as their mode of transport. A bonkers platformer that will appeal to anyone who loves cats on flying saucers.
Netflix, the hugely popular US movie and TV streaming service took longer than the QE2 to cross the Atlantic, but when it did, it brought a catalogue of movies to stream on smartphones and tablets for a subscription charge, as well as a collection of homegrown shows including Top Gear, The Inbetweeners and, er, The Only Way Is Essex.
From the people behind Tapjoy comes this revolutionary “social giving” app. This clever little chap uses semantic analysis software to tap into your Facebook friends’ streams to inform you when they need a real-world gift, suggests what would suit the occasion and makes ordering and receiving an in-app doddle.
Evernote, creators of the web clipping and note-taking app, bought over simple photo-editing app Skitch and have tweaked it to include a number of improvements to make this much more than an app for adding “amusing” anatomical annotations.
YouTube’s classier younger brother makes a long-awaited appearance on Android Market, but not without some complaints of bugs and lack of crucial functionality – so is it worth the space on your SD card?