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App Review Website AlphaDigits Announces Top-Rated Mobile Apps for May 2021
Mobile app review publisher AlphaDigits has named top-rated mobile applications for May 2021.
MyMathy (10/10): A free educational software built for iPhones, MyMathy is a sure way of solving various equation problems, from simple sums to complex ones. The target audience is mainly students and anyone who wants to increase their knowledge on equations, balancing, and calculations. Every feature is designed to walk users through the steps of knowing answers to the most puzzling questions.
Dormie Golf (9.5/10): Most golfers prefer to keep a track of the games they have played so far. These statistics help users progress and rate up in the long run. There is an Android app that not just a golf Tournament and Match Play Calculator. It offers users noticeably more. It has rich features coupled with integrated real-time scoring, leader boards, advanced Tournament features, scoring alerts, and much more.
GigMePro (9/10): This is a social networking cum booking site for musicians, singers, poets, professional dancers, and creatives alike. It is too small in size that it gets downloaded and installed with the snap of a finger. As soon users click the app icon, users will be prompted to either login, go to the ProWall, rate, and review, invite and donate money
Plant Nanny (8.5/10): In addition to carrying a water bottle everywhere, keeping track of daily water intake is essential. And the best way to keep track every day is through Plant Nanny. It is a water-tracker app that reminds users to drink water throughout the day. Buzzers and alarms help them stay hydrated while having fun.
HappySwiper (8/10): This is a simple but addictive puzzle game. Unlike most play store games, players don't have to create an account to play. As soon as they download and install the game, they can click on the app icon to start playing. Once they go to the game screen, they will see a 3 x 3 puzzle, all smiling and brimming to welcome them.
Joe Ellen, an Editor at AlphaDigits (https://alphadigits.com/