Apple Highlights Top 25 All-Time Free & Paid Apps On iOS

With the countdown to 50 billion App Store downloads now underway, Apple has begun highlighting the “top 25 all-time” free and paid apps on iOS. The Cupertino company did a similar thing in the run up to 25 billion downloads last year, and for 10 billion downloads in January 2011.

Some of the apps included in the list are no surprise, with the likes of Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and Skype topping the free chart, and Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, and Doodle Jump topping the paid chart.

Apple has broken the charts down into iPhone and iPad and highlighted 25 free and 25 paid apps for each device. There are six Apple apps in the paid charts, and five from Rovio — most of which are Angry Birds games, as you might expect.

Facebook continues to be the most downloaded free iOS app of all time on iPhone, while Skype holds that title on the iPad. You can view the charts below:

iPad

Paid

  1. Pages
  2. Angry Birds HD
  3. Angry Birds Seasons HD
  4. Where’s My Water
  5. Fruit Ninja HD
  6. Angry Birds Space HD
  7. GarageBand
  8. Words With Friends HD
  9. Cut the Rope HD
  10. Keynote
  11. Numbers
  12. Angry Birds Star Wars HD
  13. GoodReader for iPad
  14. SCRABBLE HD for iPad
  15. Minecraft – Pocket Edition
  16. Plants Vs Zombies HD
  17. Notability
  18. MONOPOLY for iPad
  19. Quickoffice Pro HD
  20. Star Walk HD
  21. Draw Something
  22. iMovie
  23. iPhoto
  24. Where’s My Perry?
  25. Bad Piggies HD

Free

  1. Skype for iPad
  2. The Weather Channel for iPad
  3. Netflix
  4. Angry Birds HD Free
  5. Kindle
  6. Facebook
  7. Pandora Radio
  8. Calculator for iPad Free
  9. Fruit Ninja HD Free
  10. Words With Friends HD Free
  11. Google Earth
  12. ABC Player
  13. Calculator Pro for iPad Free
  14. Temple Run
  15. YouTube
  16. eBay for iPad
  17. CNN App for iPad
  18. Dropbox
  19. Adobe Reader
  20. Twitter
  21. Solitaire
  22. NYTimes for iPad
  23. Temple Run 2
  24. Hulu Plus
  25. Draw Something Free

iPhone

Paid

  1. Angry Birds
  2. Fruit Ninja
  3. Doodle Jump
  4. Cut the Rope
  5. Angry Birds Seasons
  6. WhatsApp Messenger
  7. Camera+
  8. Words with Friends
  9. Tiny Wings
  10. Angry Birds Space
  11. Pocket God
  12. Plants vs Zombies
  13. THE GAME OF LIFE Classic Edition
  14. The Moron Test
  15. Where’s My Water?
  16. Draw Something
  17. MONOPOLY
  18. Angry Birds Star Wars
  19. MotionX GPS Drive
  20. Skee-Ball
  21. SCRABBLE
  22. UNO
  23. Minecraft – Pocket Edition
  24. Color Splash
  25. The Sims 3

Free

  1. Facebook
  2. Pandora Radio
  3. Instagram
  4. YouTube
  5. Skype
  6. Words With Friends Free
  7. The Weather Channel
  8. Twitter
  9. Temple Run
  10. Google Search
  11. Netflix
  12. Shazam
  13. Angry Birds Free
  14. Draw Something Free
  15. Flashlight
  16. Facebook Messenger
  17. Google Earth
  18. Fruit Ninja Free
  19. iHeartRadio
  20. Movies by Flixster
  21. Bump
  22. eBay
  23. PAC-MAN Lite
  24. Groupon
  25. Google Maps

You can access the lists on both Mac and iOS devices by clicking the source link below.

Source: App Store

Via: MacStories

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Google Rules The iOS App Store, But Facebook Is Biggest On Google Play

While Google’s Android platform may be the biggest rival to iOS, the search giant is happy to support users who choose Apple’s device. In fact, thanks to apps like YouTube and Google Maps, Google is the App Store’s top publisher, beating Apple on its own turf.

According to the latest market data from App Annie, Google overtook Apple as the App Store’s top publisher back in January, and it held onto the crown throughout February. Meanwhile, Apple dropped down into second place, but it continues to be the App Store’s biggest earner.

Unlike Google, whose apps are all free, many of Apple’s are paid. Things like Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iPhoto, and iMovie cost between $9.99 and $4.99.

Interestingly, Google’s most successful iOS apps — YouTube and Google Maps — were both baked into iOS before Apple released iOS 6. Apple replaced Google Maps with its own Maps service and decided to remove the built-in YouTube app altogether. These are now standalone apps that can be downloaded from the App Store.

While Google’s apps are hugely popular on iOS, however, it is not the top publisher on its own Android platform. Instead, Facebook rules Google Play, with just four apps attracting more downloads than the 62 offered by Google. Facebook, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram make up three of the top five downloaded Android apps.

The biggest earner on Google Play is GREE, a gaming company that boasts the world’s largest social gaming network, with more than 230 million users. While most GREE apps are free to download, they offer in-app purchases for virtual currency.

Source: App Annie

Via: The Next Web

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  1. Roxio Toast 11 ($100): Titanium makes it easier than ever to capture, burn, convert, copy and share digital media.
  2. Set for iWork ($69): Over 1100 unique designs for Pages, 100 spreadsheet templates for Numbers, 50 first-class slideshow themes for Keynote, and 1300 images for illustrating your content. All templates are available in the US and international paper sizes.
  3. LaunchBar ($35): Get instant access to applications, documents, contacts, calendars, bookmarks, media libraries, search engines and so much more – just by typing short abbreviations.
  4. TasksBox ($25): TasksBox is a simple and beautiful task manager that helps you to easily manage your daily tasks so that you can spend more time on what you love.
  5. Animationist ($30): Create perfect title art animations for your YouTube videos, iMovie or Final Cut projects, showcase videos and even TV broadcasts.
  6. iFinance ($30): Start recording your income and expenses right now, be it a coffee during lunch break or a brand new car – finally, you’ll get a clear overview of what exactly you spend your money on.
  7. Habits ($20): Habits is based on the scientifically proven principle that it takes a continuous chain or repetition of an activity to create a new habit, make a habit out of a resolution or replace an existing habit with a new one.
  8. MainMenu Pro ($10): Run daily, weekly and monthly maintenance scripts to keep your Mac strong.
  9. Corel Paint it! ($40): This photo painting software includes multiple painting styles, brushes and realistic effects that let you add a personal touch to any creative project.
  10. Stationery Pack 2 ($25): Turn your favorite photos into greeting cards and send them with Mail.

There’s no better opportunity to start enhancing your Mac that with this Spring 2013 Bundle,  so pick it up now — along with the special bonus app Trickster ($10) – for just $50 at the Cult of Mac Deals page, because it won’t be around for long!

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