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...
Android app news: Canon DSLR controller launched A developer from the XDA community has just launched this stunning DSLR Controller for Android. The app offers unrivaled access to a Canon camera's functionality all through the touchscreen of the Samsung Galaxy SII. It works on phones and tablets with USB Host functionality. Check out the video below.
iPhone app news: Vonage adds international calls through iTunes Celebrated VoIP client Vonage has launched a new Time to Call app for iPhone, which allows users to make 15-minute calls, anywhere in the world and have it charged to your iTunes account. Tariffs start at £1.49 per 15-minutes and calls can be made over Wi-Fi and 3G.
iPad app news: Skype app officially arrives Over 18 months after the launch of the first iPad, Skype has finally got its rear-end into gear and launched a tablet optimised app. Featuring a new and attractive interface, the Skype app for iPad brings video calling over Wi-Fi and 3G to any Skype-enabled device.
iPhone/Android app news: ESPN Goals to be free this season The excellent ESPN Goals application, which delivers videos of Premier League goals as they happen, will be free for the forthcoming season. Available across multiple formats, it means you don't have to wait until Match of the Day or Sky's Football First to see your team's action and you won't have to pay a penny.
iPhone app news: iCondom app fights STIs MTV has teamed up with the iCondom app to create a global map of condom dispensaries around the world. The iCondom app for iPhone will show help you out next time you get caught short in a rubber emergency, by giving you the precise location of where you can get your hands on some supplies.
iPad app review: Plants vs Zombies HD The iPad has a knack of taking iPhone classics and giving that little extra edge with some brushed-up visuals for the big screen. PopCap's massive hit arrives on the iPad in a market saturated with tower defence games, but still manages to rise above the rest. Check out our five-star Plants vs Zombies HD review.
BlackBerry app review: UberSocial Twitter apps are among the most popular on any of the app stores, so it takes something a little big special to stand out from the crowd. The app formally known as UberTwitter appears on the BlackBerry App World boasting a host more options and depth than the official Twitter app.
Windows Phone 7 app review: International Snooker HD A snooker game might not sound all that interesting, but we remember as far back as Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker on the Amiga 500, so this one perked our interest. Simple gameplay combined with "infuriating" difficulty in setting up the shots make this sim worth a download, but in need of improvement. International Snooker HD for Windows Phone review