- Apple announced its top iPhone and iPad apps of the year on Tuesday.
- There are a lot of hidden gems on the lists, including Australian-made Procreate Pocket, Doughnut County, and Froggipedia.
- Download links are below.
If you’re looking for apps for your iPhone, Apple’s year-end awards are a good place to start.
Apple revealed its top apps of the year on Tuesday, including hand-picked suggestions for iPhone app of the year and iPhone game of the year.
Apple also revealed year-end charts for the most downloaded apps on iPhones and iPads. The most downloaded app of 2018 was the Google-owned YouTube. In second place was Facebook’s Instagram, and behind it was Snapchat.
Here are the top iPhone and iPad apps of the year:
Apple’s iPhone app of the year is Procreate Pocket, a sketching and drawing app.
Check out Procreate Pocket on the App Store.
Apple’s iPhone game of the year is Doughnut County, a $US5 puzzle came in which you play as a raccoon.
Check out Doughnut County on the App Store.
Apple’s iPad app of the year is Froggipedia, a $US4 augmented-reality app for studying amphibians and frogs.
Check out Froggipedia on the App Store.
Apple named Gorogoa, a $US5 puzzle game featuring hand-drawn graphics, as its iPad game of the year.
Check out Gorogoa in the App Store.
Here’s the full list of top apps:
- Facebook Messenger
- Google Maps
- Cash App
- Google Photos
- Google Chrome
Here’s the full list of most downloaded games:
- Helix Jump
- Rise Up
- PUBG Mobile
- Love Balls
- Snake Vs. Block
- Rules of Survival
- Subway Surfers
- Episode – Choose Your Story
- Word Link
- Toon Blast
- Colour Road
- HQ Trivia
- Twisty Road
- 8 Ball Pool
- Kick the Buddy
- Sniper 3D Assassin: Gun Games
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