You've got an Android device, either because you didn't want, or couldn't afford, an i Phone - and in years past that meant you had to live with substandard apps.
Thankfully, those days are well and truly over, with reams of great little programs standing toe to toe with the best Apple's App Store has to offer.
If you work on a lot of collaborative projects, then a service built from the ground up for collaboration can be a better choice than established software like Microsoft Office.
Cloud services like Google Docs are doing a good job in the space and now you can add Dropbox Paper to the list of quality options.
It's an accomplished app for creating documents, allowing you to add images, videos, tables and even code.
But it also allows you to share, edit and collaborate on documents with a variety of tools.
But Pixel Phone does, in fact you can tweak and customize almost every aspect of it, from the default action when you tap on a contact to the size of the dial pad.
There's very little that you could reasonably expect from a phone app that Pixel Phone can't do, though to unlock the call recording feature you'll have to pay for the pro version (£2.69/US.99).
But you get a whole lot for free and it really embodies the spirit of Android, by allowing you to tweak the look and feel of the app until you're happy.
Ever wanted to bring all your old Warhammer pieces or children's toys to life?
You can invite people to collaborate using a link or email, add comments and edits, change the document in real time and give feedback to specific people or everyone on the project.
Dropbox Paper works in the web, so you can access it from almost any device, but the app is a slick way to use it from a smartphone. Whether you're walking, driving, or working out you can put a podcast on in the background and Narro lets you turn written articles into podcasts.
Every day hundreds of interesting new articles are posted online, many on our very own site, but finding time to read even a fraction of them can be a challenge. Once the app's installed you just share any article with it from your browser and then you can have it read out to you.