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THIS MONTH’S MOBILE MUST-DOWNLOADS

1.Hidey Hole

£free/Android

Got a Gala?y 510? Miffed it looks like someone's used a hole punch on your wallpaper? Use this app to grab and optimise 'holey' images that make the camera vanish –at least until you open another app.

2.Flow by Moleskine

£27.49/yr/iOS

It 's not like iOS is lacking in sketching apps, but Flow 's worth a doodle if you fancy an endless canvas and reconfigurable tools. It'll also reconfigure your wallet , mind, due to the hefty annual lAP.

3.Fugue Machine

£9 .99/iOS

'Bach in a box ' might tie an odd sell for a music app, but Fugue Machine makes it a cinch to create audio bliss through overlapping loops . Originally released in 2015 , it now gets iPhone and AUv3 support .

4.Filmlab

£5.49/Android

Those big boxes of dusty old negatives won 't scan themselves. Fortunately , FilmLab makes the job easy: plonk your negatives on a lightbox, snap away, and precious pics are safeguarded forever .

5.Bin Day Alert

£1.99 I iOS, Apple Watch

Got a house full of cardboard, bottles and black bin bags? Insist it's not your fault , because you keep forgetting to put the bins out? Have this app ping you when it's time to take out the rubbish .

6.Cure Hunters

£free I Android , iOS

Although it 's not a game where you hunt terrified members of a once-popular goth band, this effort does have a lot of killing in it, as you unsportingly dispatch people and. animals infected by an alien virus.

7.Tick Tack:A Tale for Two

A Tale for Two

Multi player games usually have you trying to shoot everyone else in the face; Not here. lnstead, you and a chum crack puzzles in a mysterious clockwork world .

8.Yeah Bunny 2

8.Yeah Bunny 2

When you fancy platforming larks but are so tired l hungover you can barely lift a finger , try Yeah Bunny 2. Everything here is controlled by one digit , from stomping on enemies to ninja-style wall-jumps.

9.Push Pipe Paradise

£3.69 I Android • £3.99 I iOS

You get some time on a desert island, but then you have to fix the plumbing. Typical. It's Sokobon by way of that bloke who charged you 50 quid to fix a leaky tap, then. Well worth taking the plunge.