We review countless mobile phone apps every year on Auto Express. From useful sat-nav apps and apps to help you pass your driving test to fun mobile phone car games and engine sound generators, if its car-related, we cover it.
And now we're looking for the best of the best, the number one motoring app of 2014. We've narrowed it down to the best apps we've tested in the last 12 months on iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices. Now we need you to pick a winner.
Vote for your favourite app in our poll now! The app that gets the most votes will be crowned Auto Express app of the year 2014 and one lucky voter will win our star prize - a Karcher MV4 multi-purpose vacuum cleaner worth £140!
To help you reach your decision, more details on each of the nominees can be found below. Then just click here to place your vote.
XLR8 - Wish you drove a supercar? You can, now... Kind of. This app uses pre-recorded engine noises to match the acceleration of your car as you drive to give you the V8 experience.
TomTom sat-nav - Long-running hardware manufacturer TomTom lend their hands to smartphone-led app navigation with this able and ready app.
Sygic HUD - Uses its own offline map software to work as a sat-nav and display all the need-to-know information as a projection on the windscreen.
Skobbler Maps - Cutting-edge mobile sat-nav with built-in travel guides for where you’re going.
Parkmobile - Worrying about parking with no spare change is a thing of the past with Parkmobile as it revolutionises the way you pay for parking.
MotoHeroz - Wealth of exciting tracks and vehicles make this exciting trials game fun and addictive.
Inrix Traffic - Never be late again as users of Inrix Traffic can stay ahead of the game and avoid jams by checking this before setting off.
GTA: San Andreas - Legendary sandbox sprawler San Andreas comes to the small screen as you can now keep up with your campaign progress on the move.
HUDWay - Working in conjunction with most popular map apps, the HUDWay projects crucial journey information onto the windscreen to make the essentials easy to see.
Greatest Drive - Find the best roads in your area with Greatest Drive, which doubles as a GPS, picking not just the quickest journeys but the most scenic and beatiful, too.
Hide My Plate - Hide My Plate rids of the risk of your car’s details falling into the wrong hands by blocking out your registration on pictures you upload onto the net.
AA Sat Nav - Turn-by-turn guidance from a name you can rely on with this sat-nav app from the AA that covers all of the UK and Ireland.
Co-Pilot sat-nav - Offline access to sat-nav on your phone with maps for over 40 European countries, all available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices.
Colin McRae Rally - This racing game takes heed from McRae’s world-class driving qualities as a fun-packed mobile rallying installment.
Driving Test Success - Brush up on your highway code and theory test questions with Driving Test Success, with official DSA answer explanations to help you learn.
Official DSA Theory Test - Get it right first time with the DSA Theory Test app, which gives you all the practice you need with the same questions you’ll face in the real test.
Google Maps - Comprehensive maps of over 200 countries are a bonus point for many as users can mimic Google’s map computer-based performance on mobile devices.
GoPro - Use your smartphone as a video recording device on the track or on the road with the GoPro app.
Asphalt 8: Airbourne - Arcade racing in the palm of your hand with a wide selection of real-life locations and a huge choice of licenced cars.
Apple Maps - Apple’s bundled navigational package has won many people over as an A-to-B software utensil and location reference tool.