July 2, 2016 in iAnnouncements (F)
[prMac.com] Long Island, New York - Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top rated apps for June 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 June.
Sportsman PRO (10/10): It takes up only 3.8MB on your phone, which is a lot less than the leading top name workout apps. It has a very simplistic design with customizable colors that make it easy to change to my mood and my personality. There are a variety of workouts which include a preset of circuit workouts. These circuit workouts are workouts that have been pre-made by the developers of the app that provide a certain type of workout.
Music Cube (9.5/10): Music Cube is brand new using new technology and a cutting edge design to show people how they should have been listening to music for all these years. The user interface is simply stunning providing people with the feel of a very professional music app that is not offered with a lot of music apps. Like the name implies Music Cube has a cube like structure to help people see the music rather than just hear it.
File Expert (9/10): It has so many features that are great to have when wanting to manage all of your files. The new design makes it so much easier to use the files and you can see all the details of the files before opening them. You have the ability to change the settings so that if it is night time you can change the mode to night mode. It will make all the files dimmer so that you will be able to see better when you travel.
The Restricted Adventures of Raja (8.5/10): The story centers around Raja, who has come to Earth to help save it. Earth has evolved into a place teeming with hateful and hurtful people. This has led to a place where folks don't care about others, and animals are left without homes. Raja is sent on a mission to do one thing, and ends up befriending a boy who has become lonely and lost.
Invisible Pix (8/10): Invisible Pix is a new iOS app that is friendly for all ages. This app is advertised as a magic picture book that allows users to color in shapes in order to create beautiful, breathtaking images. Invisible Pix is a not-so-subtle reminder that coloring books and crayons are quickly becoming a thing of the past.
Joe Ellen, an Editor at AlphaDigits said, "We are planning to launch installation and review service from this month." 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.
AlphaDigits is a review site run by a few app marketers. Enjoying the support from a handy amount of regular visitors, AlphaDigits provides reviews for iPhone, iPad and Android apps. Copyright (C) 2016 AlphaDigits. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.