Apple reveals app Design Awards winners for 2013

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During every WWDC conference, Apple holds its Design Awards ceremony. This event recognizes those apps that are outstanding in either the iOS or OS X App Store. Needless to say, it’s a prestigious award for the developers involved. Below is the list of winning apps organized by platform. Enjoy!

iOS Apps

  • Ridiculous Fishing [iOS Universal; $2.99] A handcrafted game about fishing with guns, chainsaws & toasters.
  • WWF Together [iPad; Free] Experience the world’s most amazing animals in one app — together.
  • Badland [iOS Universal; $3.99] BADLAND is an award-winning atmospheric sidescrolling action adventure platformer taking place in a gorgeous forest full of various inhabitants, trees and flowers.
  • Yahoo! Weather [iPhone; Free] See the weather like never before – only Yahoo! Weather combines stunning photos with the most accurate forecasts.
  • Letterpress [iOS Universal; Free] Find words, steal tiles, color the board! Letterpress is a fresh new word game for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Play against your friends using Game Center!
  • Procreate [iPad; $4.99] Packed with 48 beautiful brushes, from true-to-life sets of pencils, inks and paint brushes, to unique digital tools, Procreate is a full digital studio at your finger tips.
  • SkyGamblers [iOS Universal; $0.99] You’ll participate in visceral dogfights, protect cities and fleets, bomb enemy structures and even fly through tunnels.

OS X Apps

  • Coda 2 [OS X; $74.99] The most innovative and incredible all-in-one editor for your web code.
  • Evernote 5 [OS X and iOS Universal; Free] Evernote makes it easy to remember things big and small from your everyday life using your computer, phone, tablet and the web.

Student Developers:

  • Finish. By high schoolers Ryan Orbuch and Michael Hansen
  • Mosaic.io. By Ishaan Gulrajani, Alex List & Zain Shah.
  • Other student winners, including Louis Harboe, Bryan Keller and Puck Meerburg, were recognized for their work on the apps they submitted to earn their scholarship to attend WWDC.

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