In this glorious/terrifying digital age we live in, there truly is an app for everything. We’re talking ordering pizza, operating a drone, learning a new language, even checking out what it would look like if we were to merge faces with Danny Trejo (pretty unsettling, FYI).

There are literally millions of downloadables floating around, a handful of which claim to be able to help us refine our style, but which ones are actually worth having?

To save you from cluttering up your smartphone finding out, we’ve compiled a rundown of the apps we think no stylish man should be without.

Instagram

Instagram isn’t just a place to share pictures of your lunch or funny snaps of your dog – this platform is filled with fashion and style inspiration for men of all ages and tastes.

Not only have global brands flocked to the social media network since its inception back in 2010, but the very best menswear bloggers, street style photographers and publications like us can also be found amongst its millions of profiles.

Available free on iPhone and Android.

Instagram

Instagram

Depop

eBay is great and all, but for those who find the process of making a listing a tad arduous, Depop might just be your new best mate.

Best summed up as an Instagram version of the auction site, simply take a few quick snaps of the item you want to sell, fill in some basic details, and your clothes will be listed as images in grid form for all to see and buy at the push of a button.

Available free on iPhone and Android.

Depop App

Pinterest

Start using Pinterest, and you’ll never be stuck for outfit inspiration again. Think of it as an online scrapbook and you’ve pretty much got the idea.

Just type in a keyword (‘raw denim’, for example) and scroll through thousands of related images. Find something you like? ‘Pin’ it to a dedicated board and come back to later.

Available free on iPhone and Android.

Pinterest App

Cool Guy

OK, this app’s name leaves a lot to be desired. But Cool Guy can change the way you look at your wardrobe.

Take pictures of your clothes and use the app to organise them into outfits. Being able to trial mixing and matching lots of different pieces on a screen – rather than trying them all on – is a surefire way to become more adventurous and avoid getting stuck in a style rut.

Available free on iPhone and Android.

Cool Guy App

Cloth

We’re a long way off Wallace and Gromit-style machines that get us dressed each morning, but Cloth comes close enough.

This clever app allows you to take photos of your favourite looks, get feedback from others and can even act as an alarm clock, waking you up with suggested outfits for that day based on what the weather is doing outside.

Available free on iPhone.

Cloth App

KicksOnFire

The app no self-respecting sneakerhead should be without. Never miss a drop again with KicksOnFire’s extensive launch calendar while also browsing the latest news, upcoming events, collaboration rumours and more.

You can even build wishlists, earn virtual currency points to win trainers and share your favourite releases with friends.

Available free on iPhone and Android

KicksOnFire App

Mod Man

Mod Man offers an easy way to organise your wardrobe, helping build looks from the pieces you own while on the move.

Just snap pictures of your favourite items then create and plan outfits by placing them side-by-side in a collage. Think your outfit is missing something? You can also shop plenty of brands including Boohoo, ASOS and Ralph Lauren within the app, trying potential purchases alongside an existing ensemble before buying.

Available free on iPhone and Android.

Mod Man App

Mod Man App

Grailed

A one stop shop for rare, high-end menswear pieces; Grailed is a community marketplace for buying and selling new and barely-worn luxury fashion.

Whether you’re looking for a particularly hyped item from Supreme or a Raf Simons archive piece from a decade ago, chances are you’ll find it here. Even trendsetters like A$AP Rocky and Ian Connor have profiles.

Available free on iPhone.

Grailed App

Nine

Think of Nine as a visual shopping list, enabling you to take snapshots of pieces while out and about – tagging time and location – as a reminder to pick them up as soon as payday arrives.

Alongside fashion, the app can be used to capture and organise anything you want to be reminded of, from a cool bar to the latest book release you want to read.

Available for free on iPhone.

NINENINE

Vogue Runway

If fashion is your religion, then Vogue Runway is your bible.

As well as allowing users to keep up with the shows as they happen, the magazine’s app offers the latest runway images along with news, reviews and more. Fancy a cringe over how we used to dress? Runway boasts an archive that stretches back a quarter of a century to 1991.

Available free on iPhone.

Vogue Runway App