Google has recently announced the most downloaded movies, applications, books, and TV shows of 2019 on the company’s Play Store website, together with editors’ and users’ preferred selections. However, with Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame and Call of Duty monopolizing the graphs, it doesn’t seem like there are many unexpected contents in the 2019 charts.
Google Play users voted for their favorite selections in every category, with Call of Duty: Mobile taking the lead as the top game, and GlitchCam as the most-voted app. Avengers: Endgame was the most preferred movie, and one of the most-voted books was ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ by Alvin Schwartz.
Best of 2019 According to Google Play
Play Store‘s editors chose Ablo as the best app of 2019. The application helps you in learning more about foreign cultures and connects with users despite language difficulties. It also auto-creates subtitles in real-time as users make video calls with people all over the world.
Clearly, four of the year’s five best-selling movies were superhero films, with Avengers: Endgame winning the first place, and the only non-superhero movie, A Star is Born, featuring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, reserving the third spot. Game of Thrones was the most voted TV series.
The most-read e-books included releases such as E. L James’ ‘The Mister,’ Stephen King’s ‘The Institute,’ and James S. A. Corey ‘Tiamat’s Wrath.’ The most listened audiobooks included both Gary John Bishop’s ‘Unfu*k Yourself: Get Out of Your Head and Into Your Life’ and Mark Manson’s ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck.’
We recommend you to have a look at Google’s blog, where the complete list of winners was published. The list might have a few downloads you might not have known of or did not consider them worth grabbing, but which could catch your eye.
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