AlphaDigits names top rated mobile apps every month based on the reviews published in the website during the particular month. Now, it has come up with the list of top rated mobile apps for the month of September. Here is the list:
tic tac phOto (4.8/5): tic tac phOto by tictacphOto LLC is a tic-tac-toe game you play with pictures, instead of Xs and Os. One of the neatest things about this game is that not only are you playing a game, albeit a simple one; but, you end up with a collage of creative imagery that you can save, share or both. tic tac phOto is quite simple, if you keep it simple. This app is available on both iOS and on Android.
Over 40 (4.8/5): Over 40 Magnifier and Flashlight is a great app to help you find things that have made their way into places you cannot see with just normal vision. Not only can you find lost items, but also you can now read that fine print that all too often has you signing up for more than you bargained for. Click on the Twitter or Facebook icons and you can take a snapshot of what you are looking at, in great detail, and share it.
Dead Defence (4.7/5): Dead Defence by PlayFlock is nothing new in the gaming scene that has you toying with towers and zapping zombies, all in the quest to save life on earth. However, it’s a new playing field and a new set of towers, so gear up, stand ready for your orders and be ready to defend. This app gives you a new take on the tower defense concept with a new story and different graphics.
Photozeen (4.5/5): Wazzup Lab has come up with an entertaining way to better your photo taking skills on your phone. Photozeen is a free iOS app that puts you on a mini-mission to take a great photo and submit it for review. Overall, this app is a fun and interactive way to learn how to take better pictures with your phone. Photozeen is rated for age 12+, so be aware that you may come across photos of a nature inappropriate for kids.
Email for Business (4.2/5): This app is a tool that allows you to fashion an eye-pleasing email, in HTML format, taking into account the customer you are sending to. In summary, Email for Business does its duty in enabling its user to quickly create communication that captures attention and makes its mark in the reader’s mind with well-placed graphics, content and contact information.
Joe Ellen, an editor at AlphaDigits said, “We hope that we could start the explainer video service from this month. There has been a delay, but we are working closely as a team to bring out the service.” 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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