Top 10 iPhone and iPad Apps on the App Store

Apps have been one of the main reasons for the success of iOS. App Store gets the lion’s share of the best apps, from the most popular video app to cutting-edge education offerings.

With over 2 million apps available in Apple's App Store, it is difficult to know which ones are worth your time. You may have the latest iPhone XS Max, but what good is it without having apps?

Here are the 10 most popular apps on Apple’s App Store today.

  1. YouTube- Watch, Listen, Stream.

Youtube is the most popular video site on the internet today and it is the number 1 most grossing app on the App Store.

Be entertained with new content, music, news and more on the official YouTube app for iPhone and iPad every day.

Subscribe to channels with your favorite content, share them with friends or upload your own videos for the entire world to see.

  1. Netflix

All the most talked about TV programs and movies from the different parts of the world are all on Netflix.

Netflix offers award-winning series, films, documentaries, and stand-up specials. With the Netflix mobile app, you get to enjoy movies while you travel, commute, or while having a break.

  1. Tinder

With 30 billion matches, Tinder is the world’s most popular dating app. Use Tinder to meet new people, expand your social network, meet locals when you are traveling, or just live in the now. Tinder is called “the world’s hottest app” for a reason: it sparks more than 26 million matches per day.

It is as easy as swiping left or swiping right. You can swipe right if you like a profile or swipe left to pass.

Tinder created the double opt-in so that 2 people will only match when there is a mutual interest. No stress. No rejection.

  1. Pandora: Music & Podcasts

Pandora offers its users personalized listening experiences that constantly evolve with the user’s tastes.

Pandora allows you to make a station for your favorite songs, artists or genres, browse recommended stations for your mood or activity, and discover podcasts.

  1. Candy Crush Saga

Candy Crush Saga is one of the most popular games of all time and it is loved by millions of players around the globe.

Spring has sprung in Candy Crush Saga, switch and match colorful candies to unpack egg-cellent in-game surprises! Switch and match Candies in this divine puzzle adventure to move to the next level.

Candy Crush Saga is free to play but some optional in-game items will require you to pay for it. You can disable the payment feature by turning off in-app purchases in your device settings.

  1.   Fortnite

Fortnite is now on your mobile devices. Team up and compete to be the last man standing in Battle Royale, or use your imagination to build your dream Fortnite in Creative.

On mobile, Fortnite is the same game you play from PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Mac. Same map, same gameplay, and the same updates every week. Build your fort as you battle to be the last man standing. Jump in and team up with friends around the globe or in the same room with Fortnite.

  1. Hulu

Hulu is the only app that gives you access to the largest streaming library where you can watch thousands of shows and movies. Hulu also lets you watch live TV for sports, news, and events.

  1.   ABCmouse

ABCmouse offers math and reading programs for kids ages 2-8. It is an award-winning learning app that wraps up reading, math, art, music, and more. It is created by teachers and education experts that has 10,000+ exciting learning activities for children at all academic levels.

  1. Clash of Clans

Join millions of players from around the globe as you build your village, raise a clan, and compete in epic clan wars. The Mustachioed Barbarians, fire-wielding Wizards, and many unique troops are waiting for you.

  1. HBO NOW

HBO NOW is letting you watch the most talked about premieres as they air. Plus, your favorite episodes of HBO’s addictive series like Game of Thrones, Westworld, My Brilliant Friend, and so much more.

With HBO now, you can get the latest news, comedy specials, smart talk shows, thought-provoking documentaries, and the special events everyone is raving.

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