Apple: Top most popular Apps, albums and artists in 2013

On December 19, 2013


End of the year is the perfect time for rankings and conclusions, which is why Apple has released the top most popular applications, albums and artists from 2013.

With two of the most popular online shops below the belt, Apple is the most appropriate authority to draw our attention to the most popular applications, bands, songs and albums. In addition, in a separate classification, the same entity established on some subjective criteria the best apps divided into different categories. Under the form of virtual prizes, such distinctions are important for various developers.

Game of the year on iPhone is Ridiculous Fishing: A Tale of Redemption by Vlambeer. Game of the year on iPad is Frogland’s Badland. iPad App of the Year distinction goes to Disney Animated. An application dedicated to language learning, Duolingo receives the award for application of the year on iPhone.

In terms of sales, Candy Crush Saga won nearly everything it could get. It is the most downloaded free app on the iPhone and the iPad and most downloaded paid app on the iPad. Minecraft is the most downloaded paid app on the iPhone. The top most popular free applications were Vine, Snapchat, Pandora Radio, Sleep Cycle and Afterlight photo editor.

iTunes Artist of the Year was Justin Timberlake. Album of the Year went to Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. The title song of the year was awarded to Royals from the Lorde. In the serials chapter, the most important awards came to Breaking Bad. Regarding reality show, Duck Dynasty apparently deserves attention.

On iBooks, the novel of the year was Tenth of December was written by George Saunders. On the non-fiction section, the same title went to One Summer by Bill Bryson.