AlphaDigits Top Rated Mobile Apps December 2019

[prMac.com] Long Island, New York – Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top rated applications for December 2019. AlphaDigits names five top class mobile apps every month based on the reviews published in the website during that particular month. This website has now released the names of top rated mobile apps for the month of December.

Debby App (10/10): While many folks have different ways of tracking expenses, one of the more popular methods involves using a spreadsheet. This is fine if you have time to sit on a laptop or tablet to enter data and see how balances change as you enter your expenses for the month. Debby App is an app that provides users with a quick and easy to use tool to get up to date snapshots of their finances on a monthly basis, so you know how to adjust expenses and you can allot them by priority.

Maja (9.5/10): The world has become a whirlwind of places to be and things to do. We also find ourselves wandering farther and farther away from what used to be home, which means you don’t always have your family and childhood friends around to help out. The answer is not so hard to find. It’s in an app called Maja. Maja lets you set up an account where you share your location, while the app is open or at all times.

Spacemite (9/10): This game has very sharp graphics, interesting background music and easy to use controls to help you move your character across various areas of the ship. You will move him side to side and jump up to move from one platform to another. Jumping is something that took some time for me to master and the mite can even jump up walls by clinging to them almost like a spider.

Accelomemer (8.5/10): Have you ever wondered what would it be like to own an expensive V12 engine powered car, or a 1000CC bike? Well, now you don’t need to wait to buy one. You can simply download the Accelomemer app from the Google Play Store in your gyro-sensor enabled smartphone and just plug in your headphones when you are riding a bicycle. Alternatively, if you want an even better sound experience, then you can connect it to your Bluetooth speaker and forget the entire world.

Osiris (8/10): Osiris is a very basic browser that does only what it is designed for, and that is to give you a gateway to the internet. It does that better than others though, as far as privacy is concerned. It blocks other websites from tracking your browsing pattern or history. That means you can browse the World Wide Web without being worried of your activity being tracked.

Joe Ellen, an Editor at AlphaDigits said, “Our marketers can generate installs and reviews for mobile applications on Play Store and App Store.” Developers can also contact AlphaDigits through the onsite app submission form, mail or the contact form to get their apps reviewed.AlphaDigits
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###Steve August
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