Apple announced the winners of their annual Apple Design Awards at WWDC 2016. This is the 20th year of ADAs and Apple awards them to recognize innovation and beautiful designs for Mac and iOS apps and games. Apps that make the best use of Apple technologies and platform APIs as well as focus on accessibility are the ones that normally get selected for an ADA.
This years’ winners includes games, music creation and productivity apps and more for OS X, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Winning an Apple Design Award means earning recognition from Apple for the effort put into the successful apps by their developers. Student developers are also selected and rewarded.
The winners for this year are:
- Complete Anatomy – iPad
- Streaks – iPhone and Apple Watch
- Zova – iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple TV
- Frame.io – iPhone
- Ulysses – Mac, iPhone, and iPad
- Chameleon Run – iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV
- Laracroft Go – iPhone and iPad
- INKS. – iPhone and iPad
- Auxy – iPhone and iPad
- dJay Pro – Mac and iPad
- Linum (student winner) – iPhone
- Dividr (student winner) – iPhone
Last years’ winners included popular games and apps including Crossy Road, Shadowmatic, and Workflow. For more information about this year’s winners and their apps, check out the Apple Design Awards page.