Most of us now own smartphones and two of the features that people are looking for, aside from the common features of calls, text messages, email, music playback and photography, are the applications that will work on it and how available it is for download.
On a recent study conducted by Nielsen for ratings and statistics on downloading applications, 64% of smartphone users downloaded games. Weather applications came in second with 60% and social networking applications came in third with 56%.
We all pretty much love to play video games and we would like to be able to do it wherever and whenever possible. Home consoles, such as PS3 and Wii are designed to have a longer play sessions with its RPG games. Smartphone games on the other hand are designed to be played in bite-sizes and only last for a few minutes, something that you can do on your commute to work, break time or during system downtimes.
According to Mplayit, the leading global provider for discovery and merchandising of mobile games and applications through social media, Iphone, Android and Blackberry phone users ranked on downloading mobile games leaving Windows Mobile and Palm and Symbian behind.
Here are some of the top rated games that you may want to try: Angry Birds, Plants vs. Zombies, Bejeweled, Cut the Rope HD, Mr. Ninja, Raging Thunder, Live Poker by Zynga, Bubble Town, Blackjack, GT Slots, Labyrinth 2, 3D Bowling, Guitar Hero and The Sims 3.