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- Google also announced new awards for best apps and games for Chromebooks
The winners of Google Play’s Best of 2022 in India have been revealed by Google. The yearly awards recognize the best apps and games on Google Play Store. Except for the winners of the User’s Choice awards for Favorite Game and Favorite App, the winners were picked by the editorial team of Google Play.
Additionally, Google Play unveiled new awards for the best Play Pass game, best story game, best ongoing game, and best apps and games for Chromebooks. Here are the Best of Play 2022 apps and games winners:
Google’s Best Apps And Games 2022
Dream by WOMBO, an AI-based app that creates art, has been named the best app by Google. An AI-based learning app called Questt is the best app in India. Apex Legends Mobile is the best game of 2022.
The BeReal app and Apex Legends Mobile both win the User’s Choice award. For those who don’t know, BeReal has surpassed all other apps this year in the App Store rankings. India’s Users’ Choice app is Shopsy and the game is Angry Birds Journey. There are various categories for the best games and apps. For a better idea, look at the list below.
Best Apps 2022
|Best app for fun||PetStar|
|Best for wear||Todoist|
|Best app for everyday essentials||Plant Parent|
|Best for tablets|
|Best app for personal growth||Breathwrk|
|Best for Chromebooks||BandLab|
|Best app for good||The STIGMA App|
|Best hidden gems||Recover Athletics|
Best Games 2022
|Best for Chromebooks||Roblox|
|Best Ongoing||Genshin Impact|
|Best on Play Pass||Very Little Nightmares|
|Best Indies||Dicey Dungeons|
|Best for tablets||Tower of Fantasy|
|Best story||Papers, Please|
|Best pick up and play||Angry Birds Journey|
Google also offers a list of the best books and audiobooks. The best-selling books are It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover, Fairy Tale by Stephen King, Fire & Blood by George R. R. Martin, I’m Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy, and A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas.