AlphaDigits top rated mobile apps February 2020

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Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top rated applications for February 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 February.

Dreamstime (10/10): It’s a free download, and all you pay for is the image you wish to purchase. There are no subscription fees, no monthly costs, nothing. You pay for what you get. While the service started on the web, accessible by a desktop, it has expanded its horizons to be one-click away. You might be in tweeting at an event and need something slick to post. Dreamstime is there in a snap. All you do is find what you are looking for, purchase and use. 

Filez (9.5/10): Most android phones come with some sort of file manager pre-installed, but they are often very limited in terms of features and usability. Filez app gives you total control over your files. The home screen of Filez app gives you a nice overview of your recent files. The side menu gives you one-click access to certain kind of files such as images, documents, music and you can adjust magnification level of the icon using minimize and maximize tool at the bottom of the home screen.

KeepSolid (9/10): Choosing the right VPN is essential to making sure your business runs well. You need to provide safe and secure access that is reliable without compromising your data. Business VPN by KeepSolid is one strong contender in this market. You can create admin accounts and allow your admins to set up enough accounts for each of your employees. The admins do all the work internally while KeepSolid takes care of the servers through which your data will be accessible.

Comic Draw (8.5/10): A graphics pen is a must-have for this ap, otherwise taking advantage of all the great tools will go to waste. You can use it with your fingers, but the precision you might need will not be attainable without the use of a pen. That said, being an app that works on the iPad, it’s not as robust and feature rich as a dedicated graphics tablet, but if you are looking for something that’s super easy to use and gives great results, Comic Draw has it.

Bricks Color Pick (8/10): In this game the bricks are colored, and your job is to make sure the ball and the brick which it hits are of the same color. Sounds pretty easy at first, but the speed at which the ball keeps bouncing off keeps increasing second by second, and there are 6 different colors to choose from. The game begins with a basic combination of two colors, green and yellow, but if you are playing it for the first time, even that seems difficult.

Joe Ellen, an Editor at AlphaDigits said, “Our app marketers can help indie developer to market their apps at a competitive price.” Developers can also contact AlphaDigits through the onsite form, mail or the contact form to get their apps reviewed.

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