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AlphaDigits Top Rated Apps December 2013

AlphaDigits releases the list of top rated mobile apps every month based on the reviews published in the website during the particular month. Now, it has listed five top rated mobile apps for the month of December. Here is the list

Jan 7 2014, 2:14am CST | by

Long Island, NY, January 07, 2014 --(PR.com)-- AlphaDigits has named the top rated mobile apps for the month of December 2013.

AlphaDigits releases the list of top rated mobile apps every month based on the reviews published in the website during the particular month. Now, it has listed five top rated mobile apps for the month of December. Here is the list:

Wiink (5/5): There are many apps out there that claim to be great venues for uploading and sharing videos; they may even cost a bit. However, Wiink is free and ready to use amongst all your friends show join the club. Users can, with a single tap of your finger, record and then send to individuals, friends or customized groups of recipients, call Communication Loops.

Hiired (4.8/5): Hirred, from Wiink inc., is a neat app that brings jobs and employment seekers together in a common venue that’s based on 30-second video clips. As a job seeker, a user gets to sell themselves almost in real-time. As an employer, a user gets to bring life to the task at hand, and find the right candidate to get the job done.

Speaktoit Assistant (4.7/5): This is an iPhone app that is designed to be a personal assistant. It has an intuitive, easy to use interface that uses mostly voice commands. Speaktoit designs applications such as these, with talking interfaces. The basic services from the app are free, though there is a paid premium account option, which I’ll explain more about shortly.

myevents (4.3/5): myevents refers to an application that gives users an easy way to control their day. It assists them in knowing what events they have planned at any particular moment of the day. If they find that you have problems keeping track of events, occasions and even tasks that they need to complete, this is the app to download.

Best Gin Rummy (4.2/5): It is a free app that immediately immerses the user into the world of Gin Rummy. The interface is clean and easy to use with large circular buttons for “Menu” and “Score” on the main gameplay page. The action moves along at a nice pace and the players cards are intuitively sorted in their hand by the app.

Joe Ellen, an editor at AlphaDigits said, “We are planning to launch a few new services through a new website this month. I hope we can give more details on this when we distribute our next press release.” App developers can contact AlphaDigits through the onsite form to get their apps reviewed. They can contact by mail or the contact form to avail other marketing services.

Contact Information:
AlphaDigits
Joe Ellen
253-785-0262
Contact via Email
http://alphadigits.com/

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