Apple reveals the most popular iPhone apps of 2017

Viernes, 08 Dic, 2017

These choices are based at least in part on the merits of the apps, rather than exclusively on downloads. Apple editors have chosen Affinity Photo as Best App of the Year for the iPad, and The Witness as Best Game of the Year.

But you're unlikely to guess the names of the 2017 iPhone and iPad App of the Year award recipients without cheating. In India's cities, increasingly rare is the product or service you can't get home delivered.

Though Apple was a vocal supporter of net neutrality legislation that maintains an open internet, ChowNow CEO Christopher Webb argued that Tim Cook's company was not running its store in a similarly "neutral" way.

Apple Music revealed that Drake's More Life was its top album of 2017.

Apple has also released the usual top charts listings for free and paid apps and games.

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Apple's iPhone game of the year is Splitter Critters, a creative and cute puzzler in which players navigate the game's two-dimensional world by ripping it apart and pasting it back together.

Track downloads collapsed 24% in the US in the first half of this year, while digital albums slipped 20%. In non-fiction, "Hillbilly Elegy" topped the charts. Four breakout trends for this year for iOS devices include the introduction of augmented reality (AR) apps and games, the rise of real-time competitive gaming, apps focused on mental health and mindfulness, and apps transforming storytelling and reading. In India, the top movie of the year have been bagged by last year's Dear Zindagi followed by Sully and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (Hindi) and Raees.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Wonder Woman rounded out the top three. On the iOS 11 App Store, the Today tab has been refreshed this morning with stories about the apps and games that were selected by Apple, featuring interviews with the developers and annotated screenshots.