[prMac.com] Long Island, New York – Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top rated applications for March 2020. 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 March.
iFlow (10/10): This app has been designed to help the enterprises leverage technology to fulfill their human resource management goals. Starting at just 5 Euros per month, iFlow is an affordable and accessible solution for even small businesses. What’s more, users can try it free for a month to see if it suits your needs.
POSiSales (9.5/10): It provides a point of sale solution to businesses in just about any space, allowing for the ability to customize your order taking workflow, order filling, a customer database, payment customizations, tax management and reports. POSiSales runs on the iPad, so startup costs are not outrageous and you don’t have bulky machines taking up counter space.
Hospital Services 2020 (9/10): Packed with realistic graphics it will get you on in the role of the doctor you always wanted to be. The interface looks very lean and a piece of soothing background music makes the gameplay pretty relaxing. This app is suitable even for the adults who, after a rough day, just want to ease their minds. The tasks are simple and easy to perform. It is not an action-packed game but rather a leisurely experience that leaves you with some sort of satisfaction.
Bubble Shooter Mark (8.5/10): This android game is simple, takes only a small part of your storage, consumes little or almost no RAM and goes easy on your smartphone battery. If you choose the endless mode you will be directed to the game where in the down side of your screen there will be a bubble-shooter cannon and in the upside of your screen there will be thousands of moving bubbles to shoot at.
Freezebeer (8/10): Since the market for alcohol shifted towards home consumption in the last century, beer has grown manifold in popularity. With refrigerators becoming commonplace, this trend has increased further. But the temperature at which beer is served must be optimal otherwise its flavor can be impacted, something that nobody would ever desire. The Freezebeer app can come in handy in such tricky situations.
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