Doctor Who apps

Doctor Who Mobile Apps You Should Be Using

In multiple incarnations and across mediums Doctor Who fans continue to expressed their love for the Doctor as we creep closer to that all important 50th anniversary date.

However one facet you may not have considered painted a celebratory shade of blue is your mobile device. There are dozens of excellent mobile apps for both Android and iOS and our editor-in-chief, Christian Cawley has compiled this handy guide to the best official and unofficial Doctor Who mobile apps.

For the newshounds, the gamers, the readers, the viewers on the go, and those just looking for something a little quirky the article over at Makeuseof, is an indispensable guide to bringing the Doctor to your mobile platform.

If you want to keep abreast of all the latest developments then you’ll do no better than the Who News app. Covering all of the Doctor Who news websites, Google news and the BBC; as well as the hundreds of reviews, podcasts and blogs – you’ll never miss a beat.

Perhaps you’d rather be the Doctor? Then why not face down some familiar foes in Doctor Who: The Mazes of Time, a top-down action puzzle adventure that is available on iOS devices (it was previously available on Android but this now seems to have been pulled from the store.)

Or perhaps you’d rather be those foes, well, there’s an app for that too. The Eyestalk app, which includes seven visual effects covering all 50 years of Doctor Who, allows you to snap photos of your friends from a Dalek point of view from the classic and modern eras. Meanwhile, I Am A Dalek (free) is the handy voice manipulation tool that you can imitate the angry tones of a Dalek, and can be found free on iTunes.

Be sure to check out the whole article over at MakeUseOf.



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