Long Island, New York – Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top rated applications for April 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 April.
ERH Residents (10/10): With the launch of an app called ERH Residents, Eudaimonia’s program of providing sober living homes to those in recovery has received a great fillip. The primary focus of the app is to make sure that the recovery experience is not only successful but also fun-filled. It’s a known fact attested by the high rate of relapse that sober living residents often hit a roadblock in their recovery period due to a lack of credible support structure.
crazyDrivers (9.5/10): This is a pretty challenging game despite its simplistic controls. Pressing and holding the touchscreen will accelerate the car whereas sliding your finger across the screen will help you steer it through traffic and several obstacles. All you have to do is reach the finish line before the clock runs out. What makes the game challenging is the fact that the obstacles are not that easy to dodge at high speed and may very well test your ninja reflexes.
Elmedia Player (9/10): First off, Elmedia supports several file formats such as MP4, MP3, AVI, MOV, DAT, FLV, FLAC, M4V, Blu-ray and more. Another big plus with Elmedia is that is has the smarts to stream HD video without issue, and it even detects issues with the source file and will correct them, in real time, to ensure a clean streaming experience.
Show My Colors (8.5/10): If you are a person who is fashion conscious then you must have definitely heard people claiming that they are either a winter, a summer or a spring. If such phrases have left you intrigued and wondering where you fall into, then Show My Colors is the app for you. And given the fact that in today’s consumerist society appearance does matter a lot and people judge a person on it before they see their talent, an app this can help all those trying to look their best.
Terapet Wars (8/10): This app lives up to its name with its Viking-themed interface and adrenaline pumping music reminiscent of medieval war anthems. The user plays the role of what is called a Puppeteer and has to control several mythical creatures to win battles against the enemy. Every creature has its signature powers and spells, which are used to destroy the opponent. This is where the excitement comes in. The graphics of the game, although not very refined, enhances its appeal dramatically.
Joe Ellen, an Editor at AlphaDigits said, “Mobile app usage has skyrocketed as more people stay at home. If you think it is the right time to market your app, we can help.” Developers can also contact AlphaDigits through the onsite form or mail to get their apps reviewed.