Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top rated applications for June 2019. 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 June.
Passwords Keeper (10/10): There is nothing worse than trying to log into an app that you haven’t been in for a while, or when you have to login to an app after you’ve updated it. You’ve been using it for months, and suddenly you are expected to remember the password. If you are a good password generator, then you are not reusing passwords across different accounts. If you are looking for a password storage app that takes away the pain and hassle of remembering passwords, consider Passwords Keeper.
Journey of Water (9.5/10): The app is not a game, but rather, a cartoon-like tutorial that users can listen to and watch. There is a small amount of animation to give the images some life and to help prompt users on what needs to be done next. The aim of the app is to teach people, young and old, about water, its importance of all living things, and how it needs to be treated with care so enough is available for the years to come.
Bing Bong (9/10): In Bing Bong, your aim is to catch the ball as it makes it way from the top of the screen to the bottom, before it reaches the floor. At first, the ball will fall in a somewhat straight path, with nothing in its way to divert it. As you complete each catch successfully, subsequent balls will be met with diversions and obstacles, one at a time. They will pop up randomly and will cause the ball to bounce away and continue its fall.
SimDif (8.5/10): The app provides you with a simple way to navigate its interface and you can view the appearance of your website on a computer by rotating your phone and using the simplified statistics to observe the behavior of your website’s visitors. Once you install the app on your android device, you can create a rich, eye catching website without having any technical capabilities.
Pictoword (8/10): This is a game of words that keeps your brain sharp and on the edge of your seat. Based on pictures, you are challenged to build a word out of a sequence of pictures. While it sounds simple and easy, it can get tricky. Our minds think on one thing when we say a word out loud, but our thoughts and ideas are steered by what we see. The pictures you see may not have anything to do with the final word, so while you think you might be able guess the answer quickly, think again.
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