April 5, 2012 in iAnnouncements (F)
[prMac.com] Long Island, New York - Popular mobile app review website AlphaDigits has revealed the names of the top rated apps for the month of March 2012. AlphaDigits has released top-rated apps list every month based on the apps that were reviewed by the website. Now, this site has revealed the names of tap-rated apps for March 2012. As one may guess, iOS apps take all five top positions.
MultiTap Text (9.5/ 10): This app helps users do away with the iPhone QWERTY and get the convenience of ABCD keyboard layout. With it, users can type their text content in the multitap keyboard and mail or SMS it straight from the app. MultiTap Text is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad running iOS 3 or later and it costs USD 0.99.
oneSafe (9.5/ 10): It helps users in protecting all their documents with a passcode. Users can save a variety of details such as email accounts, Facebook accounts, credit card, banking, insurance, travel, contact, notes, IDs, licenses and computer account inside this app. oneSafe app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and requires iOS 3.0 or later. It costs USD 0.99.
Brosix (9/ 10): Brosix is an instant messenger service that is available across multiple devices and platforms such as iOS, Android, Mac, Linux and Windows. This service is available at free of cost for individuals. Brosix for iPhone is lightweight, robust, simple and does exactly with it says. It is a free app, compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad and requires iOS 4.0 or later.
Fluke HD (9/ 10): This fun-filled iPad board game has five board layouts and three difficulty levels. It can accommodate up to six players and users can also join online players as is comes integrated with OpenFeind and Game Center integration. Fluke HD is compatible with iPad and requires iOS 3.2 or later. This HD game is comparatively thin (10.9 MB) and loads fast. It costs USD 0.99.
In My Own World (9/ 10): This app has an inspiring tale for Autism children, to let them escape into their own world. It has two sections - Read Myself launches a book with images and related text that can be read by kids while Read to Me is a video that has all the pages of the ebook and a background voice to read. In My Own World is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and requires iOS 4.2 or later. It is a free app.
Steve August, Editor in Chief of AlphaDigits said, "We entered into a few new arenas during the month of March and we hope that the April will be far more exciting. We also hope to break the 100K mark in the Alexa ranking in four months time." Developers can contact AlphaDigits for app reviews. The company has also start providing services like app marketing and website design and development.
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