That's right, Angry Birds won the coveted App of the Year award.
Oona Hilkamo from Rovio, the company that developed the app, told the BBC:
"It's been just amazing.
"First of all winning the public vote for best game and then afterwards the judges decided for us to be app of the year.
"It's been a great year for us."
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