[prMac.com] Long Island, New York – Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top rated applications for May 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 May.
Shapr (10/10): Enter Shapr, an app that likens the job hunt to Tinder. Shapr focuses on the principle that networking is key to landing a job, matching job-seekers to industry professionals for a match made in networking heaven. Users are asked to input their interests in the form of hashtags and write a short description about themselves. From there, users can then look through profiles and swipe right on whomever they want to meet.
Puzzle Place (9.5/10): If you like puzzles and have a knack for finding the right placement of pieces, then check out Puzzle Place by Steven Grinder. A simple app, it provides players with endless hours of entertainment, testing visual acuity and aptitude, to correctly judge where block formations will go to create the final assembly. Final assemblies can differ, so no two puzzles are the same, which is what you would want from a good puzzle app.
sRide (9/10): With Uber and Lyft seemingly keeping a stronghold on the carpooling app market, there are other contenders worth considering if you are looking for a local provider that is more customized to your needs. sRide, a service offered to riders in India, is making headway in the space once dominated by Uber and Lyft.
Nab It (8.5/10): The Nab It gaming app has appealing gaming features such as the Shop where you can upgrade a Ninja based on the amount of coin obtained from merchants, a well-designed tutorial to enhance players skills, and other gaming characters that could cause havoc to the Ninja’s mission and disrupt its progress. Among these characters is the merchant with the explosives who can detonate a bomb on the Ninja in the process of stealing a coin from the merchant.
Ummah (8/10): Whether you are in a new place or just need some help keeping your Muslim faith strong and accessible, Ummah is an app that can make it possible. It’s like having your own personal reminder system to alert you when it’s time for prayer and brings the various aspects of practicing the Muslim faith closer to you, so you can fully participate without skipping a beat.
Joe Ellen, an Editor at AlphaDigits said, “Our app marketing team has helped a lot of developers improve ranking for their apps in the App Store for their preferred keywords”. Developers can also contact AlphaDigits through the onsite app submission form, mail or the contact form to get their apps reviewed.AlphaDigits
Submit App for Review
AlphaDigits is a review site run by a few app marketers. Enjoying the support from a handy amount of regular visitors, AlphaDigits provides reviews for iPhone, iPad and Android apps. Copyright (C) 2019 AlphaDigits. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.