According to the Associated Press, Minecraft is at the top of the list of the top 10 paid iPhone apps in the United States App Store. There are two subscription options for Mojang's game. For $3.99 each month, you can get a realm for you and two pals. The cost of a realm for you and ten pals is $7.99. You and ten friends can try Minecraft Realms for free for 30 days.
Check out the Associated Press Top Ten paid and free apps lists for the Apple iPhone and iPad
Bloons TD 6 by Ninja Kiwi is in second place, followed by RobTop Games AB's Geometry Dash. The following are the remaining titles in the top 10 paid apps: (app name followed by developer's name):
· HotSchedules, HotSchedules
· Procreate Pocket, Savage Interactive Pty Ltd
· True Skate, True Axis
· Plague Inc., Ndemic Creations
· Monopoly, Marmalade Game Studio
· Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Rockstar Games
· The Wonder Weeks, Domus Technica
Monopoly is the most popular board game in the App Store, with over 100 nations represented. You can play alone or with others from all over the world. In addition, you can start a game in a group chat and have it switched to video later.
According to the Associated Press, TikTok is the first of the top ten free iPhone apps. The short-form video app recently made headlines when a young girl was freed after flashing an emergency hand signal she learned from watching TikTok videos while being held captive in a 61-year-old man's car. Second place goes to Google's video software YouTube. Google's Gmail is placed eighth, while Google Maps is ranked tenth (duh!).
Three Facebook apps are among the top 10 freebies (Instagram is #3, Facebook is #6, and Messenger is #7). The following is the entire list of the top 10 free iPhone apps (with the developer's name):
· TikTok, TikTok Pte. Ltd.
· YouTube: Watch, Listen, Stream, Google LLC
· Instagram, Instagram, Inc.
· Retro Bowl, New Star Games
· Snapchat, Snap, Inc.
· Facebook, Facebook, Inc.
· Messenger, Facebook, Inc.
· Gmail - Email by Google, Google LLC
· Cash App, Square, Inc.
· Google Maps, Google LLC
The top 10 premium and free iPad apps were also ranked by the Associated Press. Was there any overlap with the top 10 apps on the iPhone? Let's have a look.
Some of the top ten paid and free iPad apps take advantage of the tablets' larger-sized displays
Procreate, an app that takes advantage of large-screen iPads by allowing you to create paintings, graphics, and animations, is at the top of the list of premium iPad apps. Artists may use the app to get all of the tools they need to make great work. Plague Inc., a game in which a player manufactures a pathogen and attempts to create a pandemic that might wipe out the planet, is one that sticks out due to current circumstances.
The top ten free iPad apps include titles that will both entertain you (Netflix #7, Disney+ #8) and allow you to collaborate with others (ZOOM Cloud Meetings #10). On top of that, there's the Fidget Toy Maker app, which lets you create and play with a virtual fidget toy. Traffic Cop 3D, ranked fourth, brings you to the perilous realm of traffic stops.