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Apple’s “Best of 2014” apps show the sweet allure of Candy Crush is still alive, and Microsoft got its money’s worth buying the company behind Minecraft for billions.
The Cupertino, California-based Apple has posted in its App Store the year’s top paid and free apps for the iPhone and iPad, plus the top grossing ones.
The list of top apps weren’t specifically ranked, but in addition to the “Best of 2014” lists, the App Store recognized “Game of the Year” Threes ($1.99), a numbers puzzle game; and “App of the Year” Elevate, a free app that purports to improve focus, memory and math skills.
Here’s a list of what your family and friends have been squinting over for the last year, according to Apple:
Top Paid iPhone Apps:
1. Heads Up!: 99 cents
This game from Warner Bros., Ellen DeGeneres’ app is a guessing game that can be played with two people or more.
2. Minecraft Pocket Edition: $6.99
Microsoft bought Mojang, the company behind video game Minecraft, for $2.5 billion in September. This iPhone game is described as the “biggest” update to Minecraft so far.
3. Afterlight: 99 cents
Under the App Store’s category of “photo and video,” this image editing app has 59 filters and 66 textures. Read the full post at ABC News, here…