AlphaDigits Top Rated Apps September 2017
Long Island, NY, September 30, 2017 –(PR.com)– Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top rated applications for September 2017.
AlphaDigits names five top class mobile apps every month based on the reviews published in the website during ths particular month. This website has now released the names of top rated mobile apps for the month of September.
Kitchen Panic (10 /10): The first fascinating feature of the game is its smart graphics. It is just so beautiful. With spiky graphics and swish animations, it pulls the gamers in and is straightforward to play. Kitchen panic focuses on sleek and well-designed actions flavored with retro sidescroller aesthetics that provides it a feel all to its own.
BiorhythmΩ (9.5 /10): The app is based on the study of biorhythms, which claims that one’s being is comprised of four areas: Physical, Emotional, Intellect and Intuitive. All four can be at high points all at once or at low points altogether. They hit highs and lows individually based on their wave. The wave is created by plugging in user’s birth date into a formula.
Mighty Maru (9 /10): It probably is not too new of a concept, but MightyCast has brought it to fruition in a game that excites and entices. Mighty Maru is an adventure game where the user takes on the role of one person out of a couple. They are students and have been separated while attending a peaceful protest. One ends up free seeking help, while the other is hauled away to the infamous Gorge prison.
Pizza Blitz! (8.5 /10): In the game Pizza Blitz by Arrow Block Entertainment, users have the exciting task of delivering the divine yeasted flatbread we all know and love. Get ready to start the user’s first day of work as the coolest delivery guy in town. The modest mode of transport the user kicks off with is a bicycle, and the user has the pleasure of choosing if he would like to tilt or tap to control their ride. Tip – don’t get pizzas wet.
Dance|Animation (8 /10): This is an app that takes users’ photos and assembles them into a mini clip that looks like a short dance skit. Simply use the app to take seven shots of them or anyone. The app will take these seven pictures and will put them together into one video that they can save or post. They can even upload pictures to make the clip.
Joe Ellen, an Editor at AlphaDigits said, “At present, we offer a host of services for mobile applications. We can generate downloads, web reviews and app store reviews for apps.” Developers can also contact AlphaDigits through the onsite form, mail or the contact form to get their apps reviewed.
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