Apple says that these were the most popular iOS apps of 2014
posted by Alan F. / Dec 28, 2014, 3:20 PM
Minecraft-Pocket Edition is next, followed by photo editor Afterlight. Fourth place goes to video game Plague. Smart alarm Sleep Cycle alarm clock rounds our the top five paid apps. This app tracks your sleeping patterns and awakens you during the lightest sleep phase of your cycle, allowing you to wake fully refreshed.
The top five free iOS apps were all social networks. On top is Facebook Messenger with self-destructing messaging app Snapchat right behind. Streaming video site YouTube takes third, followed by Facebook and picture/video sharing site Instagram. Ironically, free apps took four of the top five positions for the highest grossing apps. That is because those four used the freemium pricing structure. While the apps were free to download and install, they offered in-app purchases that were necessary for the fullest enjoyment of these titles. The top five grossing apps were led by Clash of Clans, followed by Candy Crush Saga, Game of War-Fire, Pandora and Big Fish Casino. All but streaming radio site Pandora, are games.
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"This is the game where you hold your phone on the top of your head" This is hilarious! The number one app for iZombies involves irradiating their "brains" even more.
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Yep, and as always fandroids were left waiting a few extra months for it to come out on android.
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pinoy henyo, is a very fun game, app users should come visit or search eat bulaga, to feel how entertaining the game is. this game is very tricky, it looks easy if you just watch it, but if you're the player, your brain is actually tested and find it difficult, even with easy word. :D
posted on Dec 29, 2014, 9:52 AM 0
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My favorite app is Spyglass – it’s a great navigational toolkit for different purposes. It’s top-notch for off-road and on-road navigation, hiking and traveling. It’s crammed with all that necessary data like gps coordinates, current azimuth, altitude, speed, potential arrival time to your target and much more. It can read pre-downloaded maps later when offline and provides you with extremely precise information.
posted on Dec 29, 2014, 5:12 AM 0
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