iLounge's 2013 Best of the Year Awards Fete Top Apple Gear, Developers
IRVINE, Calif. -- November 7, 2013
From the svelte iPad Air to the 64-bit iPhone 5s, Apple's latest devices are
already breaking records -- the highest demand leading Apple-focused
publication iLounge has seen in 10 years of independently covering the
company's pocket and tablet devices. To help prospective customers select the
best Apple products, apps, and third-party accessories, iLounge has just
released the 2014 iPad/iPhone/iPod Buyers' Guide, its latest comprehensive
guide to the world of Apple-related products. The Guide includes iLounge's
annual Best of the Year Awards, issued this year across 16 categories.
This year's multiple Award winners included:
*Logitech, winner of Keyboard of the Year and Accessory of the Year Awards
for the Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard, Headphone of the Year Award for UE
900, and Accessory Maker of the Year Award (Editors' Choice).
*SwitchEasy, winner of the iPhone Case of the Year Award for Numbers
(iPhone 5/5c/5s) and tied winner for iPad Case of the Year Award, Canvas
for iPad mini.
*Gameloft, winner of Game of the Year Award for Asphalt 8: Airborne and iOS
Game Developer of the Year (Editors' Choice).
*Google, winner of iOS App of the Year Award for Google Maps, and iOS App
Developer of the Year Award.
Apple, G-Project, Incipio, Orbotix, Originator, SuperTooth, and ZeroChroma
also received Best of the Year Awards in individual categories ranging from
Car Accessory to Innovation, iPod Case to Kids' App, and Speaker of the Year.
Thousands of readers cast votes in iLounge's Readers' Choice Awards, praising
Belkin, Google, and Rovio for their accessories, apps, and games,
iLounge's 2014 iPad/iPhone/iPod Buyers' Guide is available now from
iLounge.com/2014bg, and as part of a collection of 21 different guides
published since 2004 in iLounge's Library at iLounge.com/library.
iLounge, Inc. is the exclusive partner of the Consumer Electronics Association
for the iLounge Pavilion, a collection of iPad, iPhone, iPod, and Mac products
that is now the largest dedicated TechZone at the International Consumer
Electronics Show, backed by over 375 developers and spanning over 127,000
square feet of space. As the world's leading provider of iPad, iPhone, iPod,
and iTunes information, iLounge is fully independent from Apple and vendors of
related hardware, software, and services, with offices in Irvine, California
and East Amherst, New York. Founded only days after Apple announced the first
iPod in 2001, iLounge has exploded in popularity, today boasting millions of
visitors and tens of millions of page views each month. Its editorial content
is in no way influenced by advertising, paid placements, or other unsavory
practices. Praised for years as "the ultimate in product reviews and tutorials
on all things iPod," iLounge and its team have been spotlighted by the
Associated Press, CNBC, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and many other
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