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Designed specifically for tablets, Daily Mail Plus is the new way to enjoy the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday.

The app lets you post tweets and photos and send personal messages as well as tracking all your favourite tweeters.

Instagram uses your phone’s camera to take square photos, styled using any one of 20 filters that give different effects from lurid colour, through faded Seventies tones to pure black-and white.

The free version plays adverts between tracks, but for £9.99 a month the Premium service is advert-free and you can listen offline, too.

Anyone who has ever bid for anything on e Bay knows how vital it is to be in on the action in the final moments before the auction closes.

Apple’s maps aren’t quite the disaster they were, but they’re still not a patch on Google and they don’t have Google’s voice-activated search.

One of the best-designed and easiest-to-use weather apps around.

Or hear music, news, chat and sports from around the world. Spotify puts more than 20 million pieces of music at your fingertips.

Listen for free to whole albums, create your own playlists, or just dip into Spotify’s pre-chosen selections.

This official Network Rail app provides times and status (delays, cancellations etc) of upcoming departures from every UK station. Windows users should try the ‘Rail Planner’ app (£3.99).

Download Skype, set up a user name and with just a click of your mouse you can video-call any other Skype user, anywhere in the world free, via the internet. For a small fee, you can also call landlines and mobiles.

An extra £2.50 a month (£5 after 12 months) buys Sky Go Extra which lets you download material to watch offline.