Each year, Apple highlights some of the best and most successful apps across all its platforms, and travel apps dominate this year’s Apple iPhone App of the Year category.

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Apple iPhone App of the Year

Apple just dropped its list of finalists for the 2023 App Store Awards. Nearly 40 apps and games are getting the spotlight for their commitment to the platform, and travel apps dominate the Apple iPhone App of the Year shortlist.

The App Store Awards are Apple’s annual celebration of the most innovative and impactful apps and games available on their platforms. This prestigious event, a highlight for over a decade, shines a spotlight on a diverse range of developers, from solo app creators to large development teams around the globe.

The awards recognize excellence in design, creativity, and technology in various categories, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV apps, and Apple Arcade games. These awards aren’t just about technical achievement; they also acknowledge apps that have made a significant cultural impact, fostered community connections, or provided unique solutions to everyday problems.

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Travel Apps Leading the Way

Amongst the finalists for the Apple iPhone App of the Year, Flighty stands out as a definitive companion for the modern traveller. Designed to keep you on time and stress-free at the airport, Flighty is more than just an app; it’s a travel concierge nestled in your pocket.

I noted its excellence and listed it as App of the Year in my Best Travel Gadgets 2023 list. Between the lock screen widget and Live activities on my iPhone to the notifications on my Apple Watch, Flighty keeps me informed and on time on every trip.

Think of it as your assistant for all things flight-related. Flighty keeps you on track with your flight schedules, making airport chaos a thing of the past. It’s a handy game-changer for anyone who hates the last-minute airport sprint.

It’s a must-have for frequent flyers, and at only $60/£50 for an annual pass, this app is up there with a good travel insurance policy.

We are excited about the achievements of these App Store Award finalists who are helping users around the world to explore their interests in drawing, design, video editing, education, music, time management, working out, hiking, playing games, and so much more

Apple iPhone App of the Year Flighty.  {Tech} for Travel. https://techfortravel.co.uk
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Duolingo & AllTrails

However, the brilliance of the App Store finalists extends beyond Flighty. Apps like AllTrails and Duolingo have also carved their niches, guiding outdoor enthusiasts and language learners, respectively. These apps represent the essence of today’s technological advancements – they’re not just tools but gateways to new experiences and skills.

Revolutionizing language learning, Duolingo turns mastering a new language into a fun, interactive experience, complete with engaging lessons, gamified progress tracking, and a user-friendly interface that appeals to learners of all ages.

AllTrails is an essential tool for outdoor enthusiasts, assisting users to discover and navigate hiking trails worldwide, providing detailed maps, user reviews, and trail conditions, making it easier for adventurers to explore the great outdoors.

Where & When

App Store Award winners will be selected from this year’s outstanding group of finalists in the coming weeks, yet one thing is sure: travel apps are the big winner for iPhone users this year!

VIATom Payne
SOURCEApple Newsroom
Tom Payne
Tom, Editor. An online publication providing news & reviews on apps, gadgets and luggage for the connected traveller.


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