June 2, 2014 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Long Island, New York - Mobile app review publisher, AlphaDigits has named the top rated apps for May 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 May.
The Alice App (5/ 5): Created by award-winning artist and entrepreneur Emmanuel Paletz, The Alice App churns the classic tale written by Lewis Carroll and portrays it in a way that makes you feel you have fallen down a hole in the ground and are on the chase yourself to find the white rabbit and make sense of the ridiculous. The app costs about $5, and for some it may seem pricey, but the experience you will get out of the app will be well worth the investment.
Possession (4.8/ 5): Possession is a neat little app with an easy to use interface that allows you to keep track of what is going on during a soccer match. You can also keep track of scores for both teams. It keeps count of shots taken and corners. The beauty of the app is that all its functionality is offered through simple taps, there is no typing in of numbers and such.
ccPing (4.7/ 5): Taking advantage of the power of the internet means using it wisely. Most messages sent through IM are usually harmless and cannot lead people into trouble. However, during those times when you want to send something sensitive to someone, that you don't want snooping eyes to see, know that you can count on ccPing to send it securely.
MoodBook (4.5/ 5): The creative geniuses at Black Flag Software have taken the innate fun that comes with an app and applied it to what could be considered an electronic diary. MoodBook allows you to make quick entries of how you are feeling throughout the day, with or without details. By journaling these blips of feelings, you are building a database of emotional ups and downs that can be digested and studied, so you can see how your mood swings from day to day.
Laura's Journey to the Stars (4.3/ 5): Laura's Journey to the Stars is an app that has skillfully taken the story of Laura, a young girl who has befriended a falling star that lovingly watches over her, as she sets out on a journey to the stars to determine if her younger brother's toy dog also has a star that looks over him.
Joe Ellen, an Editor at AlphaDigits said, "We are planning to launch app comparison service and 'hands-on with your app' services next month". App 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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