It even generates new passwords and holds them for you.
All you need to remember is one password to open the vault. Dropbox is not the most glamorous app, but it’s incredibly useful.
Once you sign up, Whats App searches your address book for friends who also use it and you can connect with them for instant messaging at the click of a button.
Problem: you can’t remember all your online user names and passwords. It creates an online ‘vault’ where you can store password and account details.
Just use the search facility to get access to your local radio from a distant beach.
Or hear music, news, chat and sports from around the world. Spotify puts more than 20 million pieces of music at your fingertips.
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.
An extra £2.50 a month (£5 after 12 months) buys Sky Go Extra which lets you download material to watch offline.Listen for free to whole albums, create your own playlists, or just dip into Spotify’s pre-chosen selections.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.Every day’s edition is reproduced in full, including Weekend, You and Event magazines, with added picture and video content not available in print editions.A free 30-day trial is then followed by a £9.99 monthly subscription.If you’ve not signed up to Sky there are Sky Go packages from £15 to £40 per month.