App week: Google Voice for iPhone, Twitter app updated

iPad Boggle, Google Translate for Android reviewed

Every Saturday we round-up the week in mobile applications bringing you news of the biggest new releases across all major platforms and a host of reviews from T3's App Chart. Let's crack on...


Google Voice finally lands on iPhone
After an eternal battle that threatened the friendly rivalry between Apple and Google, the cheap international calls and texts service Google Voice has finally been allowed into the App Store. As yet it's still only available to US customers, so the wait goes on for us Brits.

Pulse News, now free!
The finest news agreggator out there just got better, because now it won't cost you a penny. The app Steve Jobs used to display the prowess of the iPad at its launch last year brings together feeds from your favourite sources in the most attractive way possible. If you don't have Pulse News, get it for Android, iPad or iPhone.

Twitter app updated for iOS
Push notfications have landed on the official Twitter app for iOS devices. Now every time you're mentioned, messaged or @replied your iPhone homescreen will let you know. Handy, but could be a little incessant if you're a serious member of the Twitterati

The app that makes you feel bad about eating that cheeseburger...
The Japanese, trust them, are close to completing an app that will allow users to log how many calories are in what you're about to eat. The app will cross reference the delicious grub and cross reference it against a database of 100,000 pics and deliver the bad news directly to your handset.

App of the Week | Risky Wars
It's the board game Risk exactly as you know it, just without the trademarked name and musty smell
T3 App Chart | Top 10 Windows Mobile Apps | Risky Wars Review


Ich bin ein translation tool, sil vous plait...
Another five star app lands on tAndroid to headline this week's reviews. The Google Translate service has the ability to convert text into 50 different languages, which is a darn sight better than speaking English very slowly with a Spanish accent. Check out the review.

Boggle the mind on your iPad
The iPad has given a new lease of life to a number of classics, but Boggle? You better believe it. Make as many words as you can from the scambled letters to win. The old ones are always the best. Boggle for iPad review.

Talking Tom Cat. Really?
Apps come in all shapes and sizes but do we really need a mobile app that allows you to talk to an attention seeking feline only for him to repeat your words back to you in a kitty voice? Well at least you can make him swear. Read our Talking Tom Cat for Android review

Link: T3 App Chart