As part of its 2019 yearly wrap-up, the tech giant has revealed the most popular apps, game, books and movies on Google Play in India.
Ablo, an app that allows users to connect with new people from across the world at any time and in any language, has been rated the best app of the year.
Marvel Studios' 'Avengers: Endgame' continued to work its magic, and led the 'top-selling movies of 2019' list, followed by Ayushmann Khurrana, Tabu and Radika Apte-starrer 'Andhadhun'.
'Badla', 'Avengers: Infinity War' and 'Aquaman' ranked 3rd, 4th, and 5th on the list, respectively.
From ‘War’ To ‘Kabir Singh’, Here Are The Films That Set The Box Office On Fire In 2019
2019 In Review: The Year That Was
If you’re a Bollywood fanatic or have been following the news trickling in from tinsel town, you probably know that 2019 saw some big releases. While some lived up to the hype and expectations, others fell short miserably, and were dubbed as box-office misadventures.
As they say, ‘numbers never lie’ and are often used as an accurate measure of how a film performed worldwide. To know which movie(s) ruled the box office this year, we have compiled a list of the highest-grossing Bollywood films of 2019.
Read on, and take a look back at 2019, the year that saw some of the biggest box-office releases.
Indians' search for motivation to aim for the stars made 'The Magic of Thinking Big' and 'The Sky is the Limit' the top selling e-book and audiobook, respectively.
Top-Selling Ebooks of 2019
'The Magic of Thinking Big', by David J Schwartz
'The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck', by Mark Manson
'You Were My Crush', by Durjoy Datta
'Zero to One', by Blake Masters and Peter Thiel
'The 5 AM Club', by Robin Sharma
Top-Selling Audiobooks of 2019
'The Sky is the Limit', by James Allen Khalil Gibran, Napoleon Hill, P.T. Barnum, Benjamin Franklin, Orison Swett Marden, Florence Scovel Shinn, Wallace D. Wattles, Russell H. Conwell
'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes', by Arthur Conan Doyle
'A Brief History Of Time', by Stephen Hawking
'Atomic Habits', by James Clear
'Zero to One', by Blake Masters and Peter Thiel.
Google also released its 'Users’ Choice 2019' list, that saw Spotify, which made its India debut earlier this year, rated as the top app.
'Everything Is F*cked: A Book About Hope' was the users' choice e-book of the year, while Call of Duty: Mobile and 'Avengers: Endgame' ruled big in this category, too.