The end of the year is approaching and Apple has unveiled its best and most downloaded content across its App Store, iTunes and iBooks. If you want to know who the most talented artists are, or what games are popular on iDevices, who’s the best storyteller or what blockbusters got to the heart of customers, check out the following lists.
It seems that Drake dominates charts, as “One Dance” and “Views” were the most sold song and album on Apple Music, while the Hamilton soundtrack is also very appreciated by music lovers. The Chainsmokers still have a lot of fans, as they reached the top 10 songs alongside Adele’s 25, Rihanna’s ANTI and Frank Ocean’s Blonde.
According to App Store editors, the most downloaded app for iPhones was Prisma, while the most played game was Clash Royale. iPad owners preferred Sketchbook Motion and Severed game, while MySwimPro and Field Day had more installs on Apple Watch.
When it comes to Apple TV, it seems that the digital media player is perfect for tweeting and playing Riptide GP: Renegade. On Macs were used mostly Bear for Mac app and Life Is Strange game. The most downloaded free app for iPhone was Snapchat, while the top paid apps included FaceTune, Heads Up!, 7 Minute Workout Challenge, KIMOJI, Geometry Dash and other cool stuff.
Pokémon GO also landed on the iPhone and iPad charts, but Minecraft: Pocket Edition took the crown for the most downloaded paid iPad app on iPad.
The most downloaded indie movie of 2016 on iTunes was Spotlight, but the editors have also revealed that La La Land, Moonlight, Zootopia and Sing Street were inventive films. The top-selling charts also include Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Deadpool and The Hateful Eight, while Full Frontal, Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead and Downton Abbey were top TV shows sellers.
iBooks readers bought Homegoing, Evicted, Born to Run and If I Was Your Girl, while The Girl on the Train was the best seller in fiction and audiobooks.