[prMac.com] Long Island, New York – Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named the top rated apps for January 2014.
AlphaDigits names five top class mobile apps every month based on the reviews published in the website during the particular month. This website has now released the names of top rated mobile apps for the month of January.
Bomb Survivor (5/ 5): Bomb Survivor is exactly what its name describes it to be – it’s a game where you move your running soldier forward and back to avoid a barrage of bombs and a maniacal minefield, on your trek to rescue at a distant chopper. This app is a simple game that has you tapping your guy left and right, up and down so you can make it in one piece and master a level.
Files (4.8/ 5): Wouldn’t it be nice to access the different sources of repositories that house these important work documents so that you can make a quick update per an idea that just came to you? Wouldn’t it be cool to share a video clip of something you just recorded on your iPhone as you were riding the bus home? Now you can with Files from Savy Soda.
Little Lost Note (4.7/ 5): The creative minds at Box of Frogs Media have put together a wonderful storybook app called Little Lost Note that soothingly teaches young children how to read, on their own or with a little help. The app conveniently has a day and night setting, so bedtime readings can be dimmed and more conducive to drowsiness.
pickWEB (4.5/ 5): With the help of pickWEB, users can take the sites they love, in whatever category they belong to, and organize them for easy finds and faster browsing. pickWEB is an app for the iPhone and iPad. Download it, register with an email address and start searching with ease. Find sites you love the most and add them to the Categories already set up, or make new ones specific to your needs.
PokeBuilder (4.3/ 5): PokeBuilder – Builder for Pokemon can be downloaded onto iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and is reasonably priced. It is an online factory for creating Pokemon from scratch, or enhancing existing Pokemon to have features, powers and abilities you’ve been struggling to earn through strategic battle victories.
Joe Ellen, an Editor in AlphaDigits told, “We have launched a new website this month and are planning to launch app icon designing service this month. Moreover, you can also expect us to start a lot of new services this month”. App developers can contact AlphaDigits through the onsite form to get their apps reviewed. They can contact by mail or the contact form to avail other marketing services.AlphaDigits
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