Newsbeat Price: Free Publisher: Tribune
Newsbeat for iOS and Android devices is part news and part news radio. Taking its cues from Audible, the service reads out headlines from a range of sources aloud.
The software pulls articles for sources including CNN, The Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post and converts the text into audio information.
Users can tailor the service based on their areas of interest, current location and favoured publications to receive more personalised output.
DocuSign Mobile Price: Free (subscription optional) Publisher:DocuSign
We live in a digital age where filling out physical paperwork is fast becoming a thing of the past, but we still have to go through the hassle of printing and scanning when a signature is required.
DocuSign Mobile is a piece of software that lets iPhone and iPad owners sign documents and obtain signatures quickly and easily, regardless of the format or source.
The app is free to download and use, but there are a range of subscriptions on offer for those who want to make use of additional features, such as offline signing and web branding.
Web PC Suite Price: Free Publisher: GeekSoft
Many technology enthusiasts dream of a world without cables, but how else would we hook our tablets and smartphones up to our computers to mass organise data they house?
Web PC Suite is a wireless solution to this conundrum, using QR Codes to sync with a computer over WiFi and allow users to sort through their files in a browser.
The software also facilitates cross-file transfer between a mobile device and PC, and lets users play Android media files on their computer.
Booktrack Price: Free Publisher: Booktrack
The world wasn't exactly crying out for another e-book reader application, but Booktrack differentiates itself from the pack by offering something its competitors don't.
Booktrack contains a well-stocked library of digital books, complete with their own soundtracks, adding movie-style audio to any story.
The service plays host to thousands of novels, poetry, short stories and more, each with their own score to make the literary experience more immersive.