Apple’s App Store: Best iOS Apps 2018
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Apple’s App Store: Best iOS Apps 2020

Apple just rolled out its annual list of the best iOS apps.

Apple’s App Store: Best iOS Apps 2020

Apple’s iPhone is no doubt the most popular smartphone in the world. From dating apps to education, and from the best iOS games to providing business, there are around 2.1 million apps to choose from Apple’s App Store.

Unless you have any superpowers or you have this fantasy of punishing your smartphone, there's no other way you can figure out the must-have iPhone apps for your phone.

It’s hardly a matter of a few days when Google Play announced its Best Android Apps 2018, and now its App Store which has proudly placed its list of ‘Best iOS Apps 2018.’

Here, we present you apps of various categories shortlisted by Apple’s App Store, take a look.

Apps of the Year

As App Store defines,

Here are the winners of the respective categories

  • iPhone App of the Year: Procreate Pocket
  • iPad App of the Year: Froggipedia
  • Mac App of the Year: Pixelmator Pro
  • Apple TV App of the Year: Sweat: Kayla Itsines Fitness

best ios games and apps

 

Games of the Year

App Store describes,

Here are the mobile apps, that according to Apple have provided the best gaming experiences

  • iPhone Game of the Year: Donut County
  • iPad Game of the Year: Gorogoa
  • Mac Game of the Year: The Gardens Between
  • Apple TV Game of the Year: Alto’s Odyssey

Well, these few games won’t satisfy your gaming need for sure. Here are some of the best iPhone games of 2018 that you should definitely play.

Trends of the Year

Here are the apps and games that defined the cultural trends of 2018:

Battle Royale

  • Clash Royale
  • Fortnite
  • Hearthstone
  • PUBG MOBILE
  • Twitch: Live Game Streaming

Self Care

  • #SelfCare
  • 10% Happier: Meditation
  • Calm
  • Fabulous - Motivate Me
  • Headspace: Guided Meditation
  • Joyable
  • Mend: Self Care For Breakups
  • Sine - Self Care & Meditation

Apple also named ‘Our Favorite Watch Apps’

  • WaterMinder
  • Lifesum: Diet & Macro Tracker
  • App in the Air
  • 10% Happier: Meditation
  • CARROT Weather
  • Overcast
  • Just Press Record
  • Fun Golf GPS
  • Swing Tennis Tracker
  • Slopes

Among millions of apps, being on the top is a great chase indeed. These awards will motivate all app developers to keep pace with this cut-throat competition.

Tanya <span>Editor In Chief</span>
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She is a content marketer and has more than five years of experience in IoT, blockchain, Web, and mobile development. In all these years, she closely followed the app development, and now she writes about the existing and the upcoming mobile app technologies. Her essence is more like a ballet dancer.

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