May 1, 2015 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Long Island, New York - Mobile app review publisher, AlphaDigits has named the top rated apps for April 2015. 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 April.
Auto Law Pro (10 /10): Auto Law Pro is an app for iOS devices that allows you to take down essential pieces of information if you have been in an accident, are caught up in an emergency situation, or have been stopped by the police and are being written up a ticket. It's an app that fits on your phone, iPad or iPod touch that allows you to capture video, take pictures, and enter data about any auto-related incident.
Skiplayer (9.3 /10): Remember, that while you are driving, the last thing you want to do is take your eyes off the road. Skiplayer is an app that plays your playlist, but makes it extremely easy for you to navigate your playlist, and even permanently skip songs you just don't want to hear anymore. Skiplayer integrates seamlessly with your car's controls so you can use your car's media FWD button to permanently skip a song, or, while that song is playing, tap on the iPhone screen to pull up the Skip Forever control - disabling that song forever.
Division Z (8.7 /10): The playful minds at Thinking Monkey Studio - try not to giggle - have assembled their own version of a tower-building, divisive defense game that pits players against a new wave of enemy - zombies. Sure, zombies have been seen far and wide in the gaming galaxy, but Division Z brings a fresh take to taking them on with multiple levels of difficulty and rewards that increase as your tactical skill soar.
BrightNest (8.7 /10): BrightNest not only lets you schedule the tasks that need to get done, it makes sure that they are done as often as they need to be done, based on the nature of the task and offers advice on when best to take care of things. This app also provides sources for any questions you may have. It provides tips and tricks for other areas of your home, such as Spring Cleaning, money-saving advice, and reusing products to be green.
Uscreen (8.7 /10): It's a video sharing platform that makes it easy for you to market and share your videos. Whether you are teacher who wants to publish educational videos, a do-it-yourself network looking to share videos that allow subscribers to login and peruse your library of useful DIY clips, or a marketing firm who likes to demonstrate the difference you can make in your clients' operation, Uscreen allows you to build your framework and customize it to meet you specific needs.
While speaking about their new app marketing packages, Joe Ellen, an Editor at AlphaDigits said, "We are planning to start web designing and development service for app developers from this May. We offer two homepage design for free of cost. They can avail our service, if they are satisfied with our designs." Developers can contact AlphaDigits through the onsite form to get their apps reviewed. They can contact by mail or the contact form to avail other marketing services.
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