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The 10 most beautiful apps, according to Apple

Say what you will of their business strategies, but there's no denying Apple makes some seriously attractive tech.

Who better, then, to judge the design merits of the applications, programs and software designed for their curvy, wafer thin, bank account ruiners? 

These are the winners of the annual Apple Design Awards, commending software that not only works, but that works beautifully.

Your desktop is about to get a lot prettier.

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