March 31, 2016 in iAnnouncements (F)
[prMac.com] Long Island, New York - Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named their top rated apps for March 2016. 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 March.
Sweet Candy - Logic Experiments (10 /10): Sweet Candy- Next Gen Puzzle is a strategy puzzle game. It has the feel of Candy Crush Saga with the strategy of a Block Mover game. The candies are similar to those in Candy Crush Saga, but the gameplay reflects Block Mover. The premise of the game is simple: Collect the candies to unlock the gate. Once all of the candies are collected the gate will light up and you can complete the level.
MileBug (9.5 /10): It runs on your iPhone or iPad and makes it easy and effortless to track the distance you spend on the road, traveling to client locations, driving to suppliers, or just about any trip you take so you can record the miles and have it all packaged and ready for easy access during tax prep time. Using GPS technology, every mile you move is accounted for, precisely, so there are never any discrepancies; and you don't want that on any tax return.
CamFind (9 /10): CamFind, which has been around for a while, now has been updated with features that blast Goggles out of the water. A free download, CamFind allows users to take pictures of anything, and then perform a search on it to find out as much as they can. It could be a sign outside a business, it could be a cell phone, or it could be a product you are considering buying.
Cartogram (8.5 /10): Cartogram indoor maps is similar to Google Maps but it is exclusively indoors. The app requires Bluetooth and location to be turned on. The app begins with a tutorial mode that allows exploring a nearby location. It allows users to see what stores are inside and to go inside those stores and explore them.
Audials Radio Player Recorder (8 /10): This radio app comes with the ability to record clips from radio stations as an MP3. The homepage for the app contains blocks with different radio stations in each. There is a blue block for the Radio and a purple block for Podcast. At the bottom of this screen you will find your recordings, a block labeled My Music which contains the music on the device and My Videos which holds the videos from the device.
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