Apple Design Awards winners

 The winners of this year’s Apple Design Awards were announced last night at WWDC, including new applications for iPhone which aren’t yet available to the public, pending the launch of the App Store.

The awards, which, "recognize technical excellence, innovation, and outstanding achievement in software development," were given to a range of applications from developers both small and large. MacRumors reports this year’s winners, who received two 15-inch MacBook Pros, two 30-inch Apple Cinema Displays, one 16GB iPod touch, one 8GB iPhone and a range of other valuable developer-focused goodies, are:

 

Best OS X Student Project:

Squirrel

Best OS X Graphics and Media Application:

ScreenFlow

Best OS X Application:

ScreenFlow

Best OS X User Experience:

Macnification

Best OS X Game:

Guitar Hero III

Best iPhone Web App:

Remember The Milk

Best iPhone Entertainment App:

AOL Radio

Best iPhone Game:

Enigmo

Best iPhone Social Networking App:

Twitteriffic

Best iPhone Productivity App:

OmniFocus

Best iPhone Healthcare & Fitness Application:

MIM medical imaging software

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