AlphaDigits Top Rated Mobile Apps October 2019

[prMac.com] Long Island, New York – Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top rated applications for October 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 October.

MindT (10/10): Many find that meditation practice helps combat the stresses of everyday life that we impose on ourselves, but it can be hard to find the time to fit in a practice that is effective. That’s where MindT can help. It’s an app that brings meditation practice to you, and while there are a ton of apps out there that provide the same, MindT may have some features that cater to your specific needs and schedule constraints, enabling you to fit in mediation when it works best for you.

allThings (9.5/10): If you are a collector of anything and want to keep track of those items that are currently in your possession and those items you hope to have in your possession, you could use a spreadsheet to manage these lists, but a spreadsheet comes with limited functionality. If you were to use an app like allThings, you could post your lists or items you hope to get or buy by sharing them with your friends or fellow allThings users.

Snake.io (9/10): This is a competitive game where you start out as a small worm and grow bigger by outshining your competition. It’s survival of the fittest as you are going to come up against both larger snakes as well as snakes that are within your size range. The ultimate goal is to prey on your competitors as well as consume every available food you find along your path. In this game, you kill and risk getting killed as well. Every player is on the lookout for survival and a chance to thrive.

Zen 8 (8.5/10): If you are an avid use poster of images and photos and you like stringing them together to share a story, then you have to look into Zen 8. This app does not offer anything new to the social media scene, but rather offers a great new option to add sound and music to your visuals. Pictures and videos are fun to share and say a lot, but they become monumentally more moving when paired with sound. The sound can be instrumental, it can be a favorite song, just about anything.

Plexiword (8/10): If you like word games and are looking for something different, it’s time to give Plexiword a try. This game is a free download, powered by in-app ads that you can pay to turn off, but viewing ads also gives you extra coins which translate to hints in the game. Plexiword is puzzle-like game in that you get to build a word using a set of provided letters. You are also provided a hint in the form of letters or words, that are placed a certain way, colored a certain way, or presented in a certain way.

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