Not every app has to be productive. Mixel frees you from the need to do actual work, instead letting you create collages and amateur artwork, share them with your friends, and remix other people's creations to your own liking. It's like a giant, online, collaborative art experiment, or a "social art app," as the creators say. But really, you just need to try it — and since it's free, that shouldn't be a problem.

  • Instapaper

    It was plenty handy when it launched, and now that we're all carrying around phones and tablets that make for perfect reading canvases, it's downright indispensable. Instapaper (Free to signup, $5 app) is, for the uninitiated, an online service that lets you save nearly any webpage for later reading, thankfully stripping away nasty ads, formatting, and any other potential distractions, leaving you with nothing but beautiful words. And now, thanks to the latest iOS app update, you can also quickly browse through any links your friends are sharing on Twitter, Facebook, or Tumblr, transforming it from a simple reading tool to a constantly-updated source of awesome articles.

  • Turntable.fm

    The hottest DJ scene in town is now in your pocket thanks to Turntable.fm (Free). This long-awaited app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch lets you access the popular social DJ service from just about anywhere, letting you queue up the perfect track for your friends from the back of the train or while you're on the john — with your device resting a safe distance away, of course.

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