Apple names mindfulness app Calm its iPhone app of 2017

Apple released its roundup of the year's most popular entertainment, including apps, music and podcasts, Dec. 7.

The Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant named Calm, a meditation and anxiety relief app in the App Store's health and fitness category, its 2017 iPhone app of the year.

Editors from the App Store noted mental health and mindfulness as one of the four "breakout trends in app culture" in 2017. Other trends included augmented reality, real-time competitive gaming and apps focused on storytelling and reading.

To access Apple's 2017 roundup, click here.

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