You're a conscientious guy, right? You recycle your milk cartons (almond, obviously), your burgers only use locally sourced ingredients and you never leave your computer on overnight.
Apple likes your vibes. For the next ten days, they're partnering with the World Wildlife Fund, donating all the proceeds made from 27 apps to the charity in an initiative they're calling 'Apps for Earth'.
You can find out more about Apple's efforts on planetary conservation here (spoiler: making smartphones will never be 'good' for the planet), and have a browse of the best planet-saving apps below.
An all-in-one photo editor. Turn your selfie into something worthy of an album cover, or just crop it. Up to you.
Remember Microsoft Paint? This is like the pocket version - but much better. Stick this on your iPad and start practising that mindfulness stuff all those bloggers won't shut up about.
An interactive encyclopaedia detailing the world's most endangered animals. Nothing to do with wrestling.
Jurassic Park: The Game
Like Theme Park, but with dinosaurs. And a significant threat of everyone dying.
Angry Birds 2
Fling birds at pigs, and miss every bus stop for the rest of your life.
Cut the Rope: Magic
Snip a small length of rope in a game that will improve your knowledge of centrifugal forces and arcs. Sort of.
Peak - Brain Training
Enhance your brain power with games! Games! Brilliant, eh? No, they're nowhere near as fun as Angry Birds, but at least you can remember where you left your car keys after you've played them long enough.
If it's good enough for Ryan Giggs, it's good enough for us. Not that we'd do it in public - don't be silly. Everyone knows the best way to practice yoga is via an app, locked in your bedroom, where no one can see you fall over.