Apple lists the best iPhone & iPad apps of 2011

Ian Hardy

December 8, 2011 1:03pm

Apple has continued their tradition by naming the top iPhone and iPad apps of the year, plus offers up a “best sellers” list. In 2011 the best iPhone app goes to Instragram, Apple called this the “definitive photo-sharing app is also one of the fastest growing social networks”. The iPad app of the year was another photo related app called Snapspeed. Here’s the complete list of 2011 featured apps:

iPhone App of the Year: Instagram
iPhone App of the Year Runners-up: VidRhythm, Band of the Day
iPhone Game of the Year: Tiny Tower
iPhone Game of the Year Runners-Up: Tiny Wings, Touchgrind BMX
Top Sellers: Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, Cut the Roap, WhatsApp Messenger, Angry Birds Seasons

iPad App of the Year: Snapspeed
iPad App of the Year Runners-up: TSN, Jamie’s Recipes
iPad Game of the Year: Dead Space
iPad Game of the Year Runners-Up: Contre Jour HD, Superbrothers
Top Sellers: Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, Pages, Scrabble, GarageBand

So there you have it… how many of these apps did you download?

Source: iTunes
Via: 9to5Mac

  • Betty Koyle

    go APPLE go… Id love to see a top playbook apps list.. what a joke

  • Martin

    I dunno but The Score new app is pretty sweet.

    • Martin

      The Score’s new app that is.

    • Mike

      I agree – best “newest” app out there – very smooth and well integrated.

  • John is g*y

    what’s so good about Instagram? I thought it was like a check-in thing with a hipster filter.

  • hurrdurr

    “Top Sellers: Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja”…

    rofl get it free on andriod, freaking derps man so silly.

    • Sophia

      Free with ads and andriod. Even though you pay for it on iOS at least you get no ads. You also get an option to pay an andriod if you don’t want ads.

  • MARS

    @hurrdurr I have an Android phone’s free but you pay for extra levels.

    • Bryce

      No you don’t

  • Nade

    iOS has not just tons of more apps and better ones, but better versions of their counterparts on Android; dunno why people even argue that.. geebus.

    I like Android’s ecosystem hence I’m on that side of the spectrum, but goddamn, stop acting like fanboys (or fandroids in this case) ppl.. accept it for what it is.

  • Alpha_Psi

    Never heard of “Cut the Roap”. Why yes, I HAVE been living under a rock.