App Review Website AlphaDigits Announces Top-Rated Mobile Apps for November 2020
Mobile application review publisher AlphaDigits has named top-rated applications for November 2020.
Mindoo (10/10): This is an inquisitive trivia app that is perfect for people of all ages. The application is equipped with different quizzes to improve players' overall knowledge across a vast array of topics. Once players finish downloading the app, they will see a screen with several topics. Those topics include Art, People, Miscellaneous, Politics & Economy, Sport, Geography, Transportation, and traffic. There are also two game modes that allow you to choose, which are original and shuffle.
Dhiway SEQR (9.5/10): This app advises whether or not to trust specific websites and content through real-time security warnings. In a world where security compromise is the order, Dhiway SEQR protects users against information theft. This is the best application currently to protect your privacy against unsafe advertisement websites that collect and share your device information.
LogicLike (9/10): Developers create all of these different types of gaming genres intending to challenge the person who is holding the controller or mobile device. However, some of the more interesting and challenging games reside in the world of logic games. They create logic games to test your knowledge, make you think hard, and the overall goal of learning and building intelligence. LogicLike is an application that fits into the category because this game executes on that and much more.
Vulture (8.5/10): This app sets out to accomplish the goal of centralizing social media and making the internet more accessible. Vulture is going to be an extremely powerful application as more users take the step in downloading it and integrating their social media applications.
Brain Jam (8/10): This app has three sections filled with a different set of games. Those sections are Starter, Escape and Fill, and Microgames. The starter section is basic with levels that most kids should be able to get through. Brain Jam increases in difficulty as you complete each level. The learning curve for each of the games in the level is low, which is good since it is hard to hold the attention span of younger age groups in today's gaming market.
Joe Ellen, an Editor at AlphaDigits (https://alphadigits.com/