Apple picked its favorite apps of the year. Photography and health (both physical and mental) dominate the list, while small names mingle with major brands like The New York Times and Facebook.
The best of the brain trainers.
Time-lapse videos in an instant -- from Instagram.
A new way to look at the news.
Visual storytelling with your photos and videos.
Now that Apple allows third-party keyboards, this is the favorite.
One password to rule them all.
Professional quality photos, from your camera phone.
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Making science fun for kids.
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The most important stories of the day, from one of the most important brands in news.
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Real-time highlights, analysis and 10 hours of live coverage daily.
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Live filters, selfie-help and more options for great photos, all in an easy interface.
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A new way to shop on your phone.
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It's BuzzFeed, fed right to your phone.
Personalized brain training for memory, focus and problem solving.
Animated bedtime stories.
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Find and save recipes, plus smart shopping lists with meal ideas.
Turn any photo into a watercolor masterpiece.
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All-day tracking that motivates you to move 30 minutes or more.
Create multipage stories with your pictures.
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Kids can write, direct and star in their own TV shows.
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Personalized Internet video network.
Add film-inspired tones to your photos.
The company might be getting itself in trouble lately, but the ride-on-demand app is an undeniable hit.
A stellar star-gazing app.
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Create three- to 60-second films with this offering from Hipstamatic.
Activity tracking and life coaching that links with Apple Health.
A more beautiful view of your Facebook feed.