Apps and games: What are the best for Apple this 2022?

BeReal , the so-called “anti-Instagram” won the award for best app for iPhone .


As usual, Apple already has its selection of the best apps and games of this year ready.

Apple makes this list not just with the iPhone in mind , as there are picks for iPad, Mac, Apple TV , and even Apple Watch.

What is the best of 2022 for Apple?

iPhone App of the Year: BeReal

The so-called “anti-Instagram” has gained notoriety for its simple concept: it only allows you to upload photos once a day, using both cameras at the same time and in a space of two minutes randomly chosen by the app.

iPhone Game of the Year: Apex Legends Mobile

EA’s shooter successfully jumped to mobile and provides a very highly rated experience on the App Store: 4.8 stars.

iPad App of the Year: GoodNotes 5

This app is a much more powerful version of the classic note-taking program. GoodNotes 5 also allows you to highlight, touch up and sync notes between devices. The app is free to download, but unlocking the full version costs about $9.

iPad Game of the Year: Moncage

Look inside a small cube that has a world inside. This game may fool you because of how simple it seems.

Mac App of the Year: MacFamilyTree 10

Its name explains it: it is an app to create your family tree, but with very interesting functions such as the possibility of adding diagrams, statistics and more. It is a paid app that goes above 30 dollars.

Mac Game of the Year: Incryption

“Embark on an unexpected and deeply disturbing odyssey,” is how its developers describe it. This is a paid game and not suitable for children under 12 years of age.

Apple TV App of the Year: ViX

The streaming app product of the union of Televisa and Univision achieves recognition from Apple. It provides users in the United States with free content, but also has Vix+ for those looking for more.

Apple TV Game of the Year: The Son

An exploration game that adds elements of stealth and puzzles.

Apple Watch App of the Year: Gentler Streak

It is an app to follow exercise routines, but much more focused on the well-being of the user, looking for a balance between physical activity and rest. The app is free to download, but its paid version requires a monthly payment.

Apple Arcade Game of the Year: Wylde Flowers

Apple highlighted this simulator that adds elements of agriculture and witchcraft.