The best thing about smartphones is that they're always improving thanks to developers looking for ways to make our pocket computers even better. This week we have lots of great downloadables for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. Take a look and see if any strike your fancy.
It's always better to be safe than sorry if you've had too many drinks to get behind the wheel. Breathometer is a new breathalyzer that works with your smartphone to make absolutely sure you're clear. And it's a whole lot cheaper than a DUI.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) can't be everywhere at once, so it's crowd-sourcing the weather report with a new app called mPING.
A photo of your dog? A generic picture of a sunset? Get the hell out of here. The wallpaper of your iOS device can be much more beautiful, and the reason is a wonderful little app called Deko.
If you happen to find yourself at the ARS Electronica Center in Linz, Austria thinking, "that facade could do with a bit more color," you're in luck—a special smartphone application lets passersby paint the building in real time.
When it opens this fall, the New Meadowlands Stadium will be the NFL's most state of the art facility. That means queuing up replays on demand on your smartphone (or just checking how long the concession lines are).
Downloading his podcasts every morning and loading them onto your phone is one way to listen to Adam Carolla on the way to work, but it's such a 2005 way of doing things.