Apple's annual Design Award winners for iOS and Mac have been announced at WWDC 2013, and among those recognised this year are some favorites of our own. Loren Brichter's atebits has won the award for the fantastic Letterpress, and the simply gorgeous Yahoo! Weather is also on the list. The full rundown of winners reads as:
- WWF Together - World Wildlife Fund
- Procreate - Savage Interactive Pty Ltd
- Badland - Frogmind
- Yahoo! Weather - Yahoo!
- Letterpress - atebits
- Ridiculous Fishing - Vlambeer
- Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders - Atypical Games
- Coda 2 - Panic inc.
- Evernote - Evernote Corporation
- Finish. - Student Winner
- Mosaic.io - Student Winner
So there we have it, a collection that covers a wide range of applications, and all worthy winners. Which of these would you have gone for? Or, what app for the Mac or iOS would you like to have seen featured? Sound off in the comments!
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