Apple Names Best Apps, Music (Not U2), TV, Movies, Books Of 2014

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Apple named its top apps, music, movies, TV shows and books on iTunes for 2014. These are for the U.S.

Elevate took the top iPhone App spot with Threes! winning the top iPhone Game spot. Pixelmator won best iPad app, and Monument Valley won best iPad game.

Beyoncé won best artist, in the music category while Sam Smith won best new artist. Taylor Swift's 1989 got best album, and Iggy Azalea's Fancy got best song. This all looks a little different than Spotify's music lists, which you can see here.

In the video department, Guardians of the Galaxy won best blockbuster, while The LEGO Movie took best family movie, and Fargo took best TV show.

Apple declared Anthony Doerr's All the Light We Cannot See the best book in fiction. The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace by Jeff Hobs got best non-fiction.

Do you think these picks are deserving?

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