Apple hosted a press conference, where presented for selected journalists a list of the most popular applications and games this year; they published it only in a press release previously. Google has rushed to similar rankings, so we can review the most popular software products for both giant platforms.
App of the year for iPhone: Spectre Camera (Lux Optics)
App of the year for iPad: Flow by Moleskine (Moleskine)
App of the year for Mac: Affinity Publisher (Serif Labs)
App of the year for Apple TV: The Explorers (The Explorers Network)
Game of the year for iPhone: Sky: Children of the Light (thatgamecompany)
Game of the year for iPad: Hyper Light Drifter (Abylight S.L.)
Game of the year for Mac: GRIS (Devolver/Nomada Studio)
Game of the year for Apple TV: Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap (DotEmu)
Game of the year in Apple Arcade: Sayonara Wild Hearts (Simogo)
In addition to these titles, Apple highlighted the most downloaded apps and games this year in the paid and unpaid section. Free users most frequently downloaded YouTube, Snapchat, and Facebook, with games dominated by Mario Kart Tour, Call of Duty: Mobile and Fortnite.
The paid titles were led apps Facetune, HotSchedules, Dark Sky Weather and games Minecraft, Plague Inc. and Heads Up ! .
Google rated not only apps and games, but also other digital content. The “user choice” ranking looks like this:
App of the year: Glitch Video Effects
Game of the year: Call of Duty: Mobile
Movie of the year: Marvel Studios‘ Avengers: Endgame
E-book of the year: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
According to Google itself the app of the year has become the Ablo dating app, while the game of the year is Call of Duty: Mobile. Check out the remaining titles placed directly on the Google Play Store website.
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