[prMac.com] Long Island, New York – Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named the top rated apps for July 2015. 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 July.
Allcal (10 /10): Allcal is more than just a calendaring app, it’s a whole new way of creating events that allows you to easily include people into your planning and have fun at the same time. The app itself is a free download that is also free of ads and in-app costs. Imagine that! You simply download the app and start off with your own Personal Calendar.
Griddition (9 /10): Griddition is a game that, on its surface, seems like 2048 in many ways. Both games are puzzles based on moving around number-filled boxes. The key difference between these games, however, is that while 2048 is a game that you can pick up and swipe away at for a few hours (or, most likely, minutes), Griddition is a game that actively challenges you as you go with progressive and dynamic changes, ultimately making for a longer-lasting an much more fulfilling gameplay experience.
Text Muse (8.7 /10): What would be awesome is the ability to send that special find via text message. TextMuse is an app that provides exactly that. TextMuse, offered by L.A. Loosh, is an app that has crafted a whole new meaning to communication through a cleverly crafted interface that’s easy to use and fun to explore.
Sync.ME (8.7 /10): It is an app that enhances your experience with your phone. It does the things that you never even thought to ask for in a phone, but once you have it, you’ll be wondering how you ever lived without it. I, for one, have had terrible experiences with telemarketers, and I’m betting that just about everyone wishes that they could just filter the annoying, intrusive calls out before they have the chance to interrupt you throughout the day.
Prizap (8 /10): Prizap, by Avedna Krea, is an app that runs on your handy-dandy iOS device, and allows you to scan or search for products to see what major retailers have it priced at, so you know if you are getting a deal, or if you need to go elsewhere to save a few bucks.
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