The Blur App — iOS, Free
Designed as a companion piece for Blur 21: The Box — the stunning 21-CD set out today — this app features rare songs and remixes along with unseen footage from the band’s archives. It also acts as a feed for Damon Albarn and Co’s Twitter and Facebook accounts and includes all the things you might expect, such as discography, career timeline, gigography and set lists.Maily: Your Kids’ First Email — iOS, Free
Aimed at making email easy for children and — more importantly — safe, Maily allows your kids to send quirky, personalised emails securely. Aimed at children aged four and upwards, the app includes elements like digital pencils, brushes, photos, backgrounds, stickers — and the little ones’ most commonly used expressions.Chirp — iOS, Free
Soaring in popularity this week is the app that allows users to share links and files wirelessly using soundwaves. Your iPhone will chirp a short sound clip, quite like a birdsong, in which is encoded the location of a picture or site. Your friends just need to be within hearing range — and you can chirp to multiple friends simultaneously, one of this new app’s best features.My Life as a Refugee — iOS/Android, Free
A game about being a refugee? This is the work of the UN Refugee Agency. The game sees players “contemplate the same life-changing decisions refugees make in a true-to-life quest to try to survive, reach safety, reunite with loved ones and re-start their lives”. The aim is to raise awareness of the issues facing refugees around the world.