Top-scoring iOS titles revealed.
London, UK - 2nd March 2011 - Steel Media Ltd
If you were wondering what the best reviewed iPhone games and apps on the web last month were, here's the Quality Index ( Qi) round-up for February to fill you in.
Qualityindex.com boasts over 45,000 scores from the world's best websites such as 148Apps, Pocket Gamer, and AppSpy, and uses a unique metric to create a single definitive score for each iPhone title.
Here are February 2011's top selections...
Quality Index Top 10 iPhone games February 2011GAME NAME PUBLISHER Qi 1 Speedball 2 Evolution Tower Studios 8.9 2 Tiny Wings Andreas Illiger 8.8 3 NBA Jam Electronic Arts 8.6 4 Starfront: Collision Gameloft 8.6 5 Karoshi YoYo Games 8.5 6 League of Evil Ravenous Games 8.3 7 JellyCar 3 Disney 8.3 8 Egg vs. Chicken PlayFirst 8.3 9 Sky Combat Chillingo 8.2 10 Puckerz! Groundbreaking Games 8.1
Quality Index Top 10 iPhone apps to February 2011APP NAME PUBLISHER Qi 1 Upload to Twitpic blank 10 2 GPS Kit Garafa 9.6 3 OPlayer olimsoft 9.6 4 Photo Transfer App Enrique Rodriguez 9.6 5 GoTasks Evgeniy Shurakov 9.5 6 Camera+ tap tap tap 9.4 7 MindSnacks Spanish MindSnacks 9.3 8 Canned Sky Balloon 9.2 9 Facemakr - Avatar Creator Pro Dadako Studios 9.1 10 EQu - the quality equalizer elephantcandy 9.1
(N.B. The monthly games chart is based on titles released and reviewed in the last month. The apps chart is based on titles released and reviewed over the last three months. Hence, this is not a cumulative chart and earlier released titles may have higher scores.)
21 years after brutally slamming onto the Atari, Speedball 2 has evolved into a touchscreen-friendly, Bluetooth-multiplayer ratings winner. Tower Studios's futuristic baller managed to barge 2011's first breakout hit Tiny Wings into runner-up spot in February, and shoulder bump EA's NBA Jam into third. Gameloft's experiment with the freemium business model, meanwhile, paid dividends, as Starfront: Collision battled in real-time to secure a high ranking place
on the Quality Index chart.
The rise and rise of Twitter has spawned a multitude of iPhone apps that plug into the microblogging service: the current critical darling is Upload to Twitpic, which is three parts instruction, one part moniker. And on the subject of photographs, not one, but three image-manipulating / correcting / piping tools flashed into view on Qi this month: Facemakr, Camera+, and Photo Transfer App helping those with a certain creative flair indulge their passion wherever and whenever.
We'll continue to provide an updated listing each and every month, together with a round-up of the year. For all the up-to-date information on which games, apps, and publishers are reviewing best, head on over to the Quality Index now.
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