The year is ending and the companies they count how everything has happened in digitalWell, the part of palpable reality is better left alone. Google, for example, published the list of top rated apps and games on Google Play, from those selected by their own editors, but a to-do list was still missing.
Some time ago we published that Google began to ask users by your favorite apps for develop the ‘Users’ Choice’ of this 2020 and the results have already been made public. Disney +, for example, has won the award for the app best valued by users, and it is not the only one on the list.
Disney + is the app of choice for the public
The Android app for Disney’s streaming service for movies, series and documentaries It has been circulating since the launch of the platform last 2019, although in 2020 it spread to more countries reaching, among others, Spain. Now, a year after its premiere and with the closing of the season, Google Play users have chosen it to Disney + as your favorite app of the year in the app store.
Other apps have had to lose for Disney + to win, logically, and among the finalists the app Vimeo Create, that of Microsoft Office and also the app Speekoo. Disney + has gone ahead of other more veteran apps in the streaming world like Netflix, for example, one of its main competitors.
In terms of games, the winner of this 2020 has been ‘Spongebob: Cooking Contest’, a mobile game starring the ultra-well-known SpongeBob SquarePants, which already has more than 210,000 ratings on Google Play, with an average score of 4.3. According to Google Play users who have participated in the vote, there has been no better game than SpongeBob SquarePants.
Finally, Google Play users have also chosen what they consider to be the best book of the year (among those published on Google Play, of course) and also the best film. The first of the prizes has gone to ‘If it bleeds’, a compilation of short novels by the master of genre horror, Stephen King. The best movie has fallen on ‘Bad Boys for Life’, the third and last (for now) installment of the ‘Two rebel policemen’ saga starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, among others.
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