Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top rated applications for August 2020. 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 August.
Mobilo Card (10/10): Mobilo Card saves you a lot of money, unlike paper cards. You will spend some money only on designing the card, whether it’s Mobilo Branded or Fully Personalized, with an only cost of $7 or $39. It is an eco-friendly alternative to paper business cards. The use of trees in the production of mass paper products such as books, newspapers, or business cards, has been widely debated over the years, as companies and consumers are tending now more to digital products.
Marble Jetpack (9.5/10): This game has a simplistic goal which is to beat the clock and collect stars along the way with a few twists thrown in. There are enemy marbles that float and try to shoot and the players have to jetpack themselves from island to island without drowning in the water between them. They start off as a basic marble that can roll around the ground. There is a handy yet difficult tutorial to pass through before attempting any other levels.
My Walk Tracker (9/10): My Walk Tracker has better accuracy and advanced graphics. It also offers optional audio updates during the workouts, and the ability to record the progress. Users can track their running route with its GPS Tracking feature. This view will measure the distance along with a map and tell them exactly where they started their walk, and where they finished it. My Walk Tracker features a Realtime speed indication right on the tracking map, as well as pause function if the users need to take a breath without counting the time or distance.
Pepi Wonder World (8.5/10): Pepi Play offers a marvelous app called Pepi Wonder World, where players can let their kid re-enact those same childhood fairytales and stories that they enacted in their dollhouse. The only difference is that technology has made the experience much more interactive and alluring than they could have imagined in days of yore. The first thing that catches the eye is the stunning graphics, which are both jaunty and topflight.
Save the Princess (8/10): This game is designed like a text-based CYOA game. By playing it, they are the star of the story. It puts them in control. Every few pages, they have to make a critical decision on how to proceed. This is usually used as a metaphor for real-life conflict. Save the Princess has some sort of quest or mission mechanic that gives your character “Vladmir” a reason to get out and explore the world, gain experience using your skills, and make an impact on the game world.
Joe Ellen, an Editor at AlphaDigits said, “This month AlphaDigits has got around 100K rank in Alexa. We are working on it to increase the traffic and to get around 50K.” Developers can also contact AlphaDigits through the onsite form or mail to get their apps reviewed.