Appy Days As Angry Birds Takes Home Top Prize
The popular smartphone app Angry Birds has been named best game at the Appy Awards for the second year in a row.
The game, which has been downloaded millions of times worldwide, involves firing birds from a slingshot at pigs.
The top award, Judges' choice, went to Sky Sports News which was the app of the year. And following on from last year's success, it again took the prize in the sport category.
Dermot O'Leary hosted the event, sponsored by Carphone Warehouse, which rewards apps for the iPad, iPhone and other popular devices that demonstrate innovation and development.
YouTube was a double winner, picking up prizes for music as well as celebrity/entertainment.
BBC News took the prize for the best news and weather app, while Facebook was rewarded as the top social and messaging tool.
Shortlists were drawn up by industry experts and the winners chosen by public vote.
Judges choice: Sky Sports NewsBest game: Angry BirdsBest news & weather: BBC NewsBest social & messaging: FacebookBest food & cooking: Domino's PizzaBest money saving: GrouponBest sport: Sky Sports NewsBest fashion & shopping: eBayBest photography & video: Adobe Photoshop ExpressBest celebrity & entertainment: YouTubeBest health & well-being: NHS DirectBest music: YouTubeBest travel: Google Maps