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Apple Announces Best Apps of 2014 at its Design Awards

Congratulations are in order! Apple has announced the best apps of 2014 at the annual Apple Design Awards. In addit...

Apple Announces Best Apps of 2014 at its Design Awards

Congratulations are in order! Apple has announced the best apps of 2014 at the annual Apple Design Awards. In addition to world-wide recognition, the winning 12 developers received one of every product Apple makes. The winning apps combine innovation and technical skill in both iOS and OS X.

 

Check out the iOS apps winners:

 

Threes is a cute and fun but very challenging mobile game, in which users slide and match numbers to  get a bigger number. Too simple for you? Try and get a higher score! Threes is developed by Sirvo, a collaboration between designer Asher Vollmer, illustrator Greg Wohlewend, and musician Jimmy Hinson.

 

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Mystery-solving types will agree that Device 6 is a very deserving award-winner. The storyline is intriguing and the puzzles are extremely engaging. Device 6 was developed by Simon Flesser and Magnus “Gordon” Gardebäck of Sweden-based Simogo.

 

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Monument Valley combines the experiences of walking through a museum and listening to an album. This non-traditional game guides the player-character, a silent princess, through the architectural madness of monuments and optical illusions. Inspired by the illustrations of Escher, Monument Valley was developed by ustwo Studio.

 

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Reclaim Leo's Fortune in this stunning platform adventure game. Leo's Fortune won this award because of its excellent graphics, easy controls, and gameplay. This iOS game was developed by two teams, 1337 and Senri, both based in Sweden.

 

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Another winning game is a new take on connect-the-dots. The object of Blek is to avoid the black dot while connecting the coloured ones, using precise and subtle movements. Developed by kunabi brother, Blek is a perfect touch-screen iOS game, as it integrates fantasy, artistic minimalism, and manual dexterity.

 

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Not much of a newshound? This award-winner will fill you in. Yahoo! News Digest delivers you curated, exclusive news on current affairs, updated twice daily. This news app was developed by 12 people working for Yahoo! Mobile and Emerging Products.

 

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Visual types will love Storehouse, the winning app for iPad that allows users to combine photos, videos, and text to create visual narratives. Storehouse was developed by a San Francisco-based start-up of 10 people.

 

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If you’re a star gazer, you'll be happy to hear that Sky Guide has won a Design Award this year. Sky Guide turns anyone into an astronomer: just point your iPhone or iPad, to the sky and this iOS app will tell you which cosmic bodies you’re looking at.

 

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Sharing panoramic images is now made easier with PanoPerfect. Student scholarship winners Nate Chiger (HalfPeeled), and Coulton and Brandon Vento (TwoBros) created this photo-viewer, which allows users to share their own panoramas and see other users’ images.

 

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Teaching math to kids has never been easier. Apple has given a Design Award to the educational app, Addimals Adventure. Kids can do their math homework in a fun and engaging way with this app, designed to teach addition. This iOS game was developed by Teachley, masterminded by Columbia University graduate students, Dana Pagar, Rachael Labrecque, and Kara Carpenter.

 

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And here are the Mac apps winners:

 

With Day One, you can record your life as it happens and watch it later in a neat and clean interface. The app allows users to keep a visual journal by capturing, organizing, and sharing their favourite moments. RDay One is developed by Bloom Built, a team of seven.

 

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A Mac award was given to the “live-masking” technology Cinemagraph Pro. This professional graphics tool enables users to create still-video images with a variety of advanced editing modes. Cinemagraph Pro was developed by the team of seven at Toronto-based Flixel Photos.

 

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