Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top rated applications for November 2019. AlphaDigits names five top class mobile apps every month based on the reviews published in the website during that particular month. This website has now released the names of top rated mobile apps for the month of November.
Finalrentals (10/10): Serving the U.A.E. market, Finalrentals Rent a Car Dubai is an app that makes finding and finalizing your car rental easy. The app is free to download and is laid out in an easy to use way, so you won’t waste time scrolling through screens trying to find what you need. The app works out of most airports and malls, so pick up and drop off is convenient, saving you time.
ijura (9.5/10): Cyber threats are real. You hear about identity theft, information leaks and hackers getting into systems and taking over. And now, we do almost everything from our mobile devices – banking, shopping, home security controls and more. While it seems impossible to thwart such threats, there are steps you can take to protect yourself and your stuff – at least at the mobile level. ijura is an app that makes it easy to build a wall around anything you do that takes place on your mobile.
Solitaire Classic Era (9/10): For a game with less than 28MB of size in your smartphone, the Solitaire Classic Era – Classic Klondike Card Game is one of the best ways to spend your idle time and sharpening your brain at the same time. Of course, earlier it would have meant for you to travel with your own deck of 52 cards to play the game, but this app reduces the weight of your pockets. Furthermore, you also have the option to customize the look of your cards (not just the back, but also the front!).
VDV MATCH 3 RPG: ZOMBIES (8.5/10): At first appearance, VDV MATCH 3 RPG: ZOMBIES seems like a hybrid of first person shooting game combined with a “match 3” puzzle game interface, where if you’re able to match 3 or more tiles of the same type, your squadron of 4 soldiers (and a dog) shoots the walking dead creatures ahead of you. The zombies come in waves, in a group of two or more, trying to eat the soldiers alive (typical) and it is up to your candy-crush skills to find a way to get rid of them.
Sports Fit VR (8/10): It’s hard to say whether this is a game or an exercising app because it seems to achieve both at the same time. You need to have a VR headset though, and you have to make sure that there’s plenty of space for exercising, so that you can enjoy it fully. It achieves everything, from running, to squatting by just having you play the game. It’s a neat way to involve all your body muscles to play the game so you end up having a complete workout.
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