We've already noted the MediaSee app that Motorola adds in for media streaming, and its own DLNA sharing app too. It goes without saying that the Motorola Defy Mini also includes good old Google Maps. And there's quite a lot more besides.

Dashboard will appeal to fitness fanatics. A pedometer at the top of the screen is coupled with links to apps you might like to use while out and about. By default these are a compass, FM radio and the camera, but you can tap and hold any of these to change them, and the fourth option isn't even configured at the outset, waiting for you to touch and hold it to choose what you want in its spot.

Motorola Defy Mini review

You've also got QuickOffice Lite for viewing Microsoft Office files, a sound recorder, voice dialler (as well as voice search), and a Torch app that toggles the camera's LED flash. It's not a bad set of apps, and of course you can go crazy in Google Play.

Motorola Defy Mini review