Apps Graphic of best Apple TV apps for 2017

Published on December 7th, 2017 | by Brad Gibson


ChefsFeed named Apple TVs app of the year; Framed 2 game of the year

The culinary mini-documentary app ChefsFeed and the noir puzzle game FRAMED 2 were named Best of 2017 app and game Thursday by editors of the Apple TV App Store.

Both choices have won various awards for their design, style, and approach to gaming and food apps.

ChefsFeed is not your run-of-the-mill food and restaurant app. This free app recommends dining choices from the perspective of the chefs themselves. Instead of just a restaurant and a menu to decide from, users discover the restaurant through reviews from other chefs and include videos and behind-the-scenes interviews with the chefs at a recommended restaurant.

The ChefsFeed app takes you behind the scenes of some of the favorite restaurants of competing chefs.

Chefs have to be referred by a friend and approved before they can write reviews on ChefsFeed. Chefs typically recommend about two to three other chefs they admire, so it stays exclusive. There are currently about over 1,500 chefs sharing their recommendations on ChefsFeed.

Additional details of ChefsFeed can be found Credible’s website.

FRAMED 2 is an award-winning, narrative-based puzzle game released in June of this year where the player re-arranges panels of a comic book that depict an important action or event. By changing the order of events, the outcome of the story also changes. The newest version returns with a new cast of characters, new puzzles, and a new setting.

FRAMED 2 app imageThe narrative-based puzzle game FRAMED 2 lets users change the order of events, thereby changing the narrative of the story.

Additional details of FRAMED 2 are available on Loveshack Entertainment’s website.

FRAMED 2 costs $4.99 and is ranked 20th among the top paid games on the U.S. Apple TV AppStore. It is not among the top 60 grossing games, while it’s older first-version, FRAMED, is ranked 57th.

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