Wednesday, 11 December, 2019

Apple Names Spectre Camera the Best iPhone App of 2019

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Cecil Davis | 04 December, 2019, 05:12

It's a good read if you have the time, as it reveals some surprising figures-Mario Kart Tour was the most-downloaded game on the App Store, for example, and users were drawn to multimedia creation and self-publishing apps more than any other categories in 2019. On the iPhone, the app of the year went to Spectre Camera (developed by Lux Optics).

According to Apple, the App Store is the world's safest and most vibrant app marketplace, with over half a billion people visiting each week.

This AI-powered app leverages a dizzying amount of tech to let anyone take stunning long-exposure photos. Digital notebook sketching app Moleskine was crowned as the iPad App of the Year.

Apple's iPad game of the year 2019 is Hyper Light Drifter - a love-story to 16-bit action adventure games.

Apple also took a second stab at choosing a games "trend" of the year.

Finally, Apple also revealed the winners for this year's design awards, with games accounting for five of the nine selected apps.

Kamala Harris ends Democratic presidential campaign
The senator from California's departure from the race is the first of a top-tier candidate from the crowded nominating contest. The moment went viral, catapulting her in the polls and exposing a weakness in the vice president.

Mac: GRIS - Developer Nomada Studio's artful meditation on mental health, grief, and hope presented as a side-scrolling platformer.

Below is the full list of winners of Apple's best apps and games for 2019.

Apple Arcade: Sayonara Wildhearts - A wild, colourful rhythm-based puzzle game set in a world where cyberpunk motorcycle races meet astrological magic.

In addition to its picks of the best apps and games of 2019, Apple has also listed the top apps and games of 2019.

Apple's Phil Schiller said, "The 2019 App Store Best Apps and Games winners reflect our global desire for connection, creativity and fun". Apps such as Anchor, Canva, Spark Camera, and Wattpad.