It is that time of year again. Time to drool over the best designed apps for Macs and iPhones. Absent from this year’s list, Delicious Library 2, which won Best Leopard App last year. Let us know if you use any of these apps. My favorite thing about these awards is that you get introduced to some amazing apps that you may have never heard of before.
Best Leopard Application Winner: ScreenFlow – Again, a sweet screencasting app!
Best Leopard Application Runner Up: TimeLine 3D – Timeline making software. Great for schools and presentations.
Best iPhone Game: Enigmo – Puzzle Game
Best iPhone Entertainment App: AOL Radio – Self-explanatory
Best iPhone Social Networking: Twitterrific – Twitter Client
Best iPhone Productivity App: OmniFocus – GTD app
Best iPhone Health App: MIM – Imaging software for doctors.
Best iPhone Web App Runner Up: Associated Press
Best iPhone Web App Winner: Remember the Milk – GTD mobile App
Best Student Winner: Squirrel – Manage your finances (from a student?)
Best Student Runner Up: Flow – FTP Client
Graphics and Media Winner: ScreenFlow – A very slick-looking screencasting application
Graphics and Media Runner Up: Fotomagico – Pro photo presentation software
Leopard User Experience Winner: Macnification – Ease of use in working with scientific images
Leopard User Experience Runner Up: CheckOut – Point of sale application
Leopard Game Winner: Guitar Hero 3 – Um, if you don’t know about this already, you need to get out more.
Leopard Game Runner Up: Command and Conquer 3 – Real-time strategy game
Add your thoughts on who should have won (or at least runners up) in the comments.