January 31, 2013 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Long Island, New York - AlphaDigits has released the names of top rated mobile apps for January 2013. AlphaDigits names five of the top rated mobile apps every month based on the reviews published in the website during the month. Now, it has named the top rated mobile apps for the month of January.
Here is the list:
* Epic Evil Twins (5/5): It is a nifty little free app for the iPhones and iPads. This well-polished game is available for free, entertains you and doesn't ask anything of you except that you think about candy a little more than is healthy. It stays fun even as you play through with all the upgrades, unlocks, and new characters you could ask for.
* LifeTopix (4.8/5): This app lets users organize their whole life in one place. LifeTopix has 12 topics like - Manage projects and tasks, track services and service providers, maintain shopping lists, track events like birthday parties, coordinate travel, log health metrics, track finances and assets. If LifeTopix does not magically cure that but it definitely helps.
* Guitar Coach Magazine (4.8/5): Guitar Coach Magazine has been designed in such a way so that everyone can have access to this magazine even if they are unable to get the soft copy in hand. This app requires a space of 2.8 MB in total. It is available in English, Russian, Thai, Spanish, French, Danish, Portuguese, German, Italian and Chinese.
* Kumoku (4.7/5): Kumoku is one of the challenging board games, where you actually don't need to crack much of your brain initially. There are different colors you can choose for your board- Cyan, Blue, Green, 3D-Glass, 3D-Wood, and other colors. There are different game modes, One player, Two player and Auto . Sound effects make this game more fun.
* Manifest (4.3/5): Manifest is an application that allows its users to speak out their thoughts and opinions in matters relating to their day to day lives. The main idea here is that if everybody is adequately informed about something that is happening before it happens, they will be able to think about the most effective way of doing it and avoid being taken advantage of.
Joe Ellen, an editor at AlphaDigits said, "We are planning to launch a few new services to market mobile applications and web services and are planning to launch a new site for these services. I hope that I can disclose more details in our next press release."
Developers can contact AlphaDigits through the onsite form to get their apps reviewed.
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