Here's our run-down of some great new apps released on Apple iPhone over the past week, including a social drawing game, voice-activated assistant and new apps featuring The Simpsons and Lego.
What is it?: Word game Who made it?: OMGPOP How much is it?: Free/69p Draw Something enables people to challenge each other to turn-based social drawing and guessing games via Facebook and Twitter, essentially a digital Pictionary. No drawing skills are required and 50 colours are available for making masterpieces. The latest update to the app brings performance improvements and a new opening video.
The Simpsons: Tapped Out
What is it?: City building game Who made it?: Electronic Arts How much is it?: Free with in-app purchase options This new city building game allows players to create their very own version of Springfield on iPhone, including all their favourite The Simpsons characters. They can then take part in various adventures, such as growing Tomacco on Cletus's Farm or partying with Duffman at Duff Brewery.
What is it?: Camera app Who made it?: SmugMug How much is it?: Free Camera Awesome helps users to take sharper and better exposed pictures, and then make them "come alive" with professional effects designed by renowned photographer Kevin Kubota. All images can be shared instantly on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, SmugMug, Picasa, Photobucket and Flickr.
Lego Friends Dress Up Game
What is it?: Dress up game Who made it?: The Lego Group How much is it?: Free Meet Lego friends Olivia, Andrea, Stephanie, Emma and Mia in this 3D dress up game. You can customise the mini-dolls with more than 200 different items of clothing, shoes and hair styles, and also play games such as matching the outfit of friends within a time limit. Snappy dressers required.
Evi What is it?: Voice assistant Who made it?: Evi How much is it?: 69p Apple's Siri voice control assistant now has a rival in the form of Evi. This voice activated artificial intelligence aid can help with a number of different tasks, such as web browsing and requests for local information. Evi is a learning engine, meaning it will get better as you use the service. Just don't ask what it thinks of Siri.