May 1, 2014 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Long Island, New York - Mobile app review publisher, AlphaDigits has named the top rated apps for April 2014. 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.
Likeability (5/ 5): Likeability is the newest app on the market that allows members to upload and share photos for other members to view, comment on, boost, and promote. Entities that are trying to promote a cause or fundraiser can make great use of this app by posting marketing material and watch as popularity of the event soars with every like that it receives.
iOrnament (4.8/ 5): Looking for a drawing app like no other? Then look to iOrnament. Created by Professor Jurgen Richter-Gerbert, as an accumulation of software programs written and updated over 25 years, this app takes drawing to a whole new level of creation. It skillfully and effortlessly combines art with science, without letting users know about it.
Wordistic (4.7/ 5): In Wordistic, letters fall from the top of the screen, not the sky, and as you see them you tap on them in an order to spell out a word. Start with a word that needs a letter you are not seeing, and point accumulation drops. Pick the right word, and score! As you get better at predicting and building words, the game moves you up in levels.
GeoSonic (4.5/ 5): GeoSonic is essentially a music player using techno-driven sounds that play and evolve as you listen and adjust the app-designed image. There are many options you can change to adjust the look of the image displayed by the app. They are controlled by icons that sit on the left and top edges of the app's screen. The app itself is extremely simple to use, and does all the work for you.
Plane Insane Multiplayer (4.3/ 5): It is a simple plane-flying app that has you tapping the screen to guide your propeller-fueled aeronautic through so-called skies, avoiding columns of blocks and passing through the airspace in what looks like a young boy's bedroom. This app is a game, most apt for youngsters, that is simple to learn and master, if given time.
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