Here are Google Play’s ‘Best of 2017’

As they do almost every year, Google has announced the best apps, games, songs, movies, TV shows, and books of 2017. Here are the results.

We’ve reached the month of December and it has been one helluva year. To reflect on the Google Play Store’s biggest year to date, Google has rounded up the top five (or so) apps, games, songs, movies, TV shows, and books over the duration of the year, and posted the lists to its blog. Just to be clear, the rankings were determined based on quantitative popularity data recorded over the course of 2017, much unlike how awards are given out in May at the annual Google Play Awards ceremony.

The below comes straight from Google’s blog post. Hit on any of the titles and be redirected to its respective Google Play listing. If you’re surprised by any of the results or think of something you believed would rank but didn’t, call it out in the comment section below this post. We want to hear your opinions and feedback on the results.

Best app of 2017

Best game of 2017

Top five streamed songs of 2017

Top five movies of 2017

Top five TV shows of 2017 

Top five books of 2017

For the next few weeks, the above will be included in a unique section on Google’s Play Store titled ‘Best Of 2017.’ Head over there in the Play Store app on your Android device to try any of these out, or follow this link to browse the best of the best in each content category.

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