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Apple reveals its Best of 2016 lists

by Danny Zepeda | December 26, 2016December 26, 2016 2:00 pm PST

We’re just a few days before welcoming 2017, but before that happens, we have to pay our farewell to 2016. Apple did just that with its Best of 2016 lists. The lists includes Best Movie, Best Song, Best Album and Best Games of the year. There are a lot of familiar faces on the lists such as Deadpool, La La Land, Drake and many more.

Pokémon GO lost Best Game to Clash Royale, but it was named Breakout Hit. On the music side of things, Drake topped the major music lists, but other notable artists ranked high as well, including Adele, Twenty One Pilots, Frank Ocean, Rihanna and the Hamilton soundtrack. Prisma, the face filter app, took home the Best App of the Year award.

Check out all the categories down below.


Top Song: Once Dance by Drake (ft. Wizkid and Kyla)

Top Album: Views by Drake


Best Blockbuster: Deadpool

Best Comedy: Sausage Party

Best Hollywood Romance: La La Land

Best Animated Movie: Kubo and the Two Strings

Best Documentary: Weiner

Best Feel-Good Movie: Sing Street

Breatout Star of the Year: American Honey

Best New Filmmaker: Moonlingt

TV Shows

This Year’s Obsession: The People vs. O.J. Simpson

Most Thought-Provoking: O.J.: Made in America

Late Night Rule-Breaker: Full Frontal with Samantha Bee

Best New Comedy: Atlanta

Most Original Kids Show: Steven Universe

Extravaganza of the Year: RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars

Most Consistentantly Great: The Americans

Best New Drama: This Is Us

10 Best Apps of the Year

1. Prisma


3. Quartz

4. Vogue

5. Meditation Studio

6. Detour

7. Credit Karma

8. Glasses by Warby Paker

9. Hyper

10. Tinycards

10 Best Games of the Year

1. Clash Royale

2. Reigns

3. Plants Vs. Zombies

4. twofold Inc.

5. Riptide GP

6. FIFA Mobile Soccer

7. Rodeo Stampede

8. “klocki”

9. Steppy Pants

10. The Trail

Breakout Hit (Game): Pokémon GO


Danny Zepeda

Born and raised in Southern California, Danny grew up on a steady diet Pixar, Star Wars and Steven Spielberg movies. Unbeknownst to him, this was...