A top-ranked app on Apple’s top-rated apps list for learning terrorism topics, Google Assistant, has just become the first Android app to get the title of “Best Mobile App for Learning About Terrorism,” with scores of positive reviews.
The app, which launched Monday on Apple iOS and Android, has already been downloaded more than 1 million times.
TheScore’s scorecard for the top apps lists the top 10, which are then compared to the overall best apps in the category.
TheScore’s ranking is based on the app’s overall score, the percentage of positive ratings from reviewers who reviewed it, and how many users are downloading it, all with a score of 100%.
Apple’s top rated apps in terms of total downloads include:TheScore: Top 10 Apps for Learning about Terrorism, Google (iOS and Android) , and Amazon (Android) , all with 100% positive reviewsSource TheScore: Best iOS Apps, Apple (iOS) , Amazon (iOS), Google (Android), and Amazon Android Apps, respectively, with 100 percent positive reviews, theScore’s scoring system says.
The top-rating apps are based on overall scores, with a 100% score.
Users of Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa are the only apps to have garnered top scores from critics.
Amazon’s top app, Alexa, was recently rated “highly recommended” by TechCrunch, and the app has also been voted “the best of 2017” by Forbes.
Google Assistant has received positive reviews from The Wall Street Journal, Gizmodo, TechCrunch and others.
Apple’s Alexa App, Apple Music, has also received positive ratings.
Google Assistant’s “Top 10” category includes apps that are the most popular in terms to have been downloaded.
Apple’s Alexa is No. 2 with 3.8 million downloads, followed by Amazon’s Echo, at No. 3 with 2.9 million downloads.
Amazon’s Alexa has 1.7 million downloads with a “very good” score from reviewers.
Google’s Alexa app has a “high” score and is ranked “highly recommend” by reviewers.
Amazon is the only app to have received positive scores from reviewers, TheScore says.