Google just disclosed 2019 most downloaded movies, apps, books, and TV shows on the firm’s Play Store, along with editors’ and users’ favorite selections. But with Marvel and Call of Duty hogging the charts, it does not feel like there are many shocks in 2019.
Google Play consumers voted for their preferred downloads in every category. Call of Duty: Mobile led the chart as the top game, and GlitchCam—which includes ’90s-akin effects to your clips—was selected as the leading app. Avengers: Endgame was the favorite film of the voters, and their favorite book was Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.
The editors of Play store selected Ablo as the most excellent app of 2019. It assists you look into foreign cultures and link with users in spite of the language hurdles; the app auto-creates subtitles as you make a video call with users all over the world.
Obviously, 4 of the year’s 5 best-selling films were superhero movies, and Game of Thrones was the most seen TV series. The most-read ebooks comprised titles from Stephen King and James S. A. Corey. And the leading audiobooks comprised both Gary John Bishop’s Unfu*k Yourself: Get Out of Your Headand into Your Life and Mark Manson’s The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck.
Have a look on Google’s blog at the complete list of winners. There may be a few downloads you might be not aware about or did not thought worth grabbing. In the meantime, if you are an Apple consumer, check out the most and best popular apps on iOS and Mac that the firm mentioned this week. You can also tune this week into the Apple Music Awards, which is a “gala of the boldest and best musicians of this year and the huge affect they have had on worldwide culture in 2019.”