App Store Awards honor the best apps and games of 2021 - Apple Newsroom
Dec 02, 2021 1 min, 31 secs

App Store Awards honor the best apps and games of 2021.

Apple today revealed the 2021 App Store Award winners, recognizing the 15 best apps and games that helped users tap into personal passions, discover creative outlets, connect with new people and experiences, and simply have fun.

This year’s winners include developers from around the world whose apps and games were selected by Apple’s global App Store editorial team for delivering exceptional quality, innovative technology, creative design, and positive cultural impact.

“The developers who won App Store Awards in 2021 harnessed their own drive and vision to deliver the best apps and games of the year — sparking the creativity and passion of millions of users around the world,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO.

This year’s best apps and games offered extraordinary experiences across Apple devices.

2021 App Store Award Winners.

iPhone Game of the Year: “League of Legends: Wild Rift,” from Riot Games.

In addition to recognizing the best apps and games on Apple devices, Apple’s global App Store editors name a Trend of the Year.

For more than a decade, Apple has honored the best apps and games at the end of each year

To acknowledge the impact of the winning developer teams, last year, Apple designers began a tradition of celebration through meticulous craftsmanship with physical App Store awards for each winner

Inspired by the signature blue App Store icon, each award reveals the App Store logo set into the 100 percent recycled aluminum used to make Apple products, with the name of the winner engraved on the other side

To learn more about the apps and games highlighted in this year’s App Store Awards, visit the App Store

In addition to the App Store editorial picks, charts for the top apps and games of the year are now available, as well as top Apple Arcade charts


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