A slow day today, with just five new apps to tell you about:
World of Goo has been a huge hit on PC and iOS, but now Android owners can get in on the sticky fun. As on those platforms, this is a joyful physics-puzzler that involves building things from balls of goo.
Matt Lucas and David Walliams’ follow-up to Little Britain now has an app to promote its DVD release. The idea: insert the series’ characters into your own photos.
iPhone / Android
Home shopping service Ocado has a presence on most smartphones, including Windows Phone now. Its app has been redesigned to fit with the visual aesthetic of Microsoft’s OS, and includes offline access to the Ocado catalogue.
Windows Phone (spotted by WPCentral)
Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo is no stranger to mobile games, having appeared in a couple already. This latest focuses on freestyle tricks, with several gameplay modes and – no lie – unlockable hairstyles.
For now, Google Catalogs is a US-only app, but it’s a glimpse at the company’s plans to shake up gift shopping. The app offers digital catalogues from a range of retailers, and has until now only been available on iPad. Now it’s made the leap to Android tablets.
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