With thousands of apps being released every month, it can be tough to keep up.
Luckily, we’ve collected all the best apps from last month, with a nice mix of games, puzzles, and productivity.
From Facebook’s new Snapchat competitor to sweeping sci-fi adventures featuring performances from Elijah Wood and Jack Black, there’s something for everyone.
With an orchestral soundtrack and voice acting from Elijah Wood, Jack Black, and Jennifer Hale, Broken Age (iOS, $US9.99) lets you play as Velle and Shay, two teenagers stuck in a stunning sci-fi fantasy world.
Aiming to be your hub for sports coverage and analysis, 120 Sports (iOS, Free) features over eight hours of daily live coverage, real-time highlights, and tons of on-demand videos.
Grub (iOS, Free) lets you control your character by tilting and turning your iPhone or iPad. Chomp away at apples to grow longer, but avoid the hedgehogs or wolves.
In order to view picture or video messages on Slingshot (iOS and Android, Free), users must first reply back with a message of their own. While this send-one-to-see-one unlocking feature encourages a more balanced conversation, it also significantly slows it down.
With a limited number of folds to complete the outlined shape, Paperama (iOS and Android, Free) requires a precise touch and some patience.
The new version of Facebook Messenger (iOS and Android, Free) lets you call your Facebook friends for free over Wi-Fi using your iPad. If you're out and about, you can answer calls over cellular using your data plan. The best part is both your iPhone and iPad ring when someone calls you.
You can play as Iron Man, Spider-Man, the Hulk, Captain America, or Wolverine in this LEGO adventure. The original storyline pits you against one of the best villains of all time, Thor's adopted brother, Loki. (iOS, $US4.99)
With a clean design and a focus on curated playlists, Amazon Music (iOS, Android, Web) allows Prime subscribers to store tracks offline and listen to on-demand tracks. It's similar to Spotify, but with a smaller library.
Yo (iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, free) only lets you send 'Yo' push notifications to your friend's lock screen. And while it may seem like a joke, it can be a fun way to notify people and is faster than texting.
In Watercolors (iOS, Free), players must fill in the shapes while filling in the circular nodes with the correct colour.
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