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Everyone's got some kind of cloud these days, whether it's Apple, Microsoft, Google or even Adobe. The tasks we normally do on our computer are slowly all moving to the browser, whether it's through Google Docs, Dropbox or Spotify (the way things are going, Chromebooks are starting to look like pretty good value!). While we all know about the big web apps, here are a few cool tools you may not know about!

Welcome to this week's Weekly App Roundup! Each week we'll be shining a light on the latest and greatest apps available for your phones and tablets. This week we're taking a look at a new iPhone app from Google, a lawyer simulator, and the best new way to manage your bar tabs - without even pulling out your wallet!

Today the iPhone 6 rumour mill has brought us the best look at the iPhone 6 so far. While multiple images of both the front panel and rear shell from the device's 4.7-inch variant have previously surfaced, this is the first time they have allegedly been photographed together.

HTC this morning confirmed the announcement of a Windows Phone version of their HTC One M8 flagship smartphone. The device, known as the HTC One M8 for Windows, is almost identical to its Android counterpart - it has the same Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, the same 5-inch 1080p screen, the same 2 gigabytes of RAM and the same 32 gigabytes of storage.

<p>Last year Vodafone shocked with the announcement of $5 per day global roaming;  today it's getting better. Vodafone today announced that Vodafone customers traveling to New Zealand will now be able to roam on 4G. </p>

Technically, you could call the Garmin Approach S6 Golf Watch a smart watch. It's a pretty clever device; getting a bird's eye view of a golf course on your wrist is impressive to say the least. But the Approach S6 isn't a smartwatch in the same way the LG G Watch is, and it's definitely not a fitness tracker. The Approach S6 is a gadget solely intended to enhance one's golfing experience.

Apple aren't the only company Samsung are making up with; a report in The Korean Times suggests Microsoft have begun discussions to end their patent feud. Earlier this month, Microsoft filed legal action as Samsung had stopped paying patent royalties as per the contract it signed in 2011.

Android-based tablets have overtaken Apple's lead in the Australian market, according to research firm Telsyte's Australian media tablet market study. Android-based tablets now account for 47% of the market, a slim lead over Apple's 46%. Microsoft trails behind with just 7% of tablets running Windows.

The iPhone 6 rumour-mill is showing no signs of slowing down. The latest gossip suggests that Apple will be calling the larger of its two new iPhones the iPhone 6L. The 5.5-inch model was previously thought to be called the iPhone Air.

Swing Copters, the sequel to surprise-hit app Flappy Bird is due out Thursday according to Touch Arcade. As with Flappy Bird, Swing Copters requires players to tap to keep the game's hero in flight. The goal is the same: get as a far as you can (without breaking your phone).

If you've got an Android phone, a Gmail account, use Google Maps or any other Google application or service on your phone, the search giant probably knows where you've been.

Ex-Halo-developer Bungie have debuted the latest trailer for Destiny, and it looks pretty damn incredible. The trailer showcases a "massive metropolis" built on the red planet and some pretty gnarly giant robots.

There's one fact this year's Shark Week didn't teach us: sharks are eating the internet. A Google product manager has revealed that the search giant is going to great lengths to reinforce underwater fibre optic cables as a result of numerous shark bites.

Indonesian retailer Erafone appear to have spilled the beans on Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 4. A dedicated product page revealed the phablet will boast a 5.7-inch 2560x1440 quadHD display, 4 gigabytes of RAM and a quadcore 2.5Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor or octocore Exynos 5433 depending on the region.

One in five Brits admit to "drink-buying" online, according to new research conducted by Confused.com. The research revealed that 53% of drunken spending takes place on Amazon, and 50% of shoppers under the influence have placed a bid on eBay

Pokemon coming to iPad!18 August 2014

Pokémon is set to make its iPad debut - as a trading card game. Images posted on Twitter demonstrate the Pokémon Trading Card Game being played on a white iPad.

The latest iPhone 6 leaks suggest that both the rumoured 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models will ship with higher capacity batteries than the iPhone 5s.

LightStrips and LivingColors Bloom are the latest addition to Philip's Hue family of connected smart lighting. Known collectively as "Friends of Hue", the pair are the first new lighting types to be made available for the ecosystem since the release of the Hue LED smart bulbs in 2012.

Ever have that problem where you try and plug in a USB cable to charge your phone and it doesn't fit, so you turn it around, but it still doesn't fit and it turns out you had it the right way around the first time? Fortunately, that's all about to change; the next generation USB cable has been finalised and can be plugged in upside down.

Ethan Zuckerman, the programmer responsible for online pop-up advertising, is sorry. In a piece written for The Atlantic, Zuckerman says he didn't realise what he was bringing into the world when he wrote the code for the first pop-up over 20 years ago.

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