Apple names its 12 favorite apps


What are the greatest  for Apple iPhones, iPads, TVs and the Watch?

Apple recently handed out awards to 12 app makers who are stretching the boundaries in what the company calls its Design Awards. The nods are given to put a spotlight on the best and brightest in app world.

The winners were announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC).

The winners:

Complete Anatomy is a free app for the iPad, offering 3D visualizations that “utterly transforms the way people can learn about the human body,” says Apple.

Streaks is a to-do list for iPhones and the Watch that looks to build good habits into a daily routine. Get notifications about everything for walking the dog to going to the gym.

Zova is a free workout companion, primarily aimed at Apple TV, with high-resolution workout videos.

Frame.IO is a free tool for video collaboration, to offer review notes and feedback.

Ulysses is a text editor that aims to be a less bulky version of MS Word.

The Chameleon Run is a racing game for the iPhone and iPad, but really shines on Apple TV, where you can use the Siri remote to advance play, via your voice.
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Lara Croft GO is a puzzle game that is a past award winner from Apple – the company called it the best game of 2015.

Inks is a pinball type game with exploding ink, while two DJ programs are Auxy and djay Pro, using visual, colour coding and support among multiple Apple devices.

Lastly, the Linum app is a connect the dot game created by student Joaquin Vila, while Dividr is a 2D arcade type game that’s also from students, Josh Deichmann, Patrick Pistor, and Erik Lydick.

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