Libra is the best app of 2021, according to Google



The year officially ends and Google wraps 2021 with its annual list of the best apps. Libra and Pokémon Unite top the list, but all kinds of other apps and games have won awards.

Balance is an app designed to aid meditation and sleep, which is especially useful with the current state of affairs. The app description says, “Improve your stress, sleep and more with the world’s first personalized meditation program, now free for your first year.” It has over 3,500 ratings on Google Play and a solid 4.7, so it’s no surprise that Google awarded it the highest honor this year.

On the game side, Google has put in the spotlight Pokemon Unite, which is a fast-paced MOBA with your favorite Pokémon characters competing against each other. If you like games like DOTA 2 and League of Legends, but you would prefer the matches to take just a few minutes, it could be a game for you. It has a 3.9 rating on Google Play, so it’s not as popular as Libra, but it’s definitely a solid game.

Google also had a user choice category. Paramount + won the honor for the applications, and Garena Free Fire MAX received the award in the game section.

Here is the full list of app winners in various categories, selected by Google:

Best apps for good

The best everyday essentials

Best for fun

The best hidden gems

Great for personal growth

Ideal for tablets

Ideal for wear

Popular on Google TV

Here are Google’s picks for the best games:

Best competitive

The best game changers

Best Indies

Best pick up and play

Ideal for tablets

If you are an Android user looking for new apps and games to download, these are worth checking out, as they are the ones that Google itself deems worthy of your time. Most of the apps featured are free, although most offer in-app purchases or subscriptions as well.

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