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Google Play has brought back the Users' Choice Awards for 2020 as we prepare to enter the last month of the year. Just like last year, the technology company is allowing users to vote for the best apps and titles across four categories which include Android apps, games, books, and movies. Google has already shortlisted a total of 10 items across each category based on their popularity. The company has also localized these items by country.
Google Play editors are already hard at work on their own polls, the results of which will all be revealed on December 3. This will, most assuredly, help folks decide what their next purchase is by directing them toward the very best of the best as they, undoubtedly, unwrap new phones during the holidays.
Every year, Google opens up the polls to let users decide the very best apps, games, books, and movies on the Google Play Store. This year, you'll be able to vote for one entry in each of the four categories (app, game, book, and movie), all hand-selected based on user and critic feedback, as well as trends over the course of the year.
Google Play has kicked off voting for its Users' Choice Awards of 2020, helping recognize the best games and apps of the year. Users can vote by clicking on the banner announcing the Users' Choice Awards 2020 on Google Play's homepage.
The New Science of a Lost Art, Me & White Supremacy, Mexican Gothic, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, The Vanishing Half, Untamed, Wow, No Thank You, Midnight Sun, and Harrow the Ninth. The shortlisted movies include Bad Boys for Life, Bill & Ted Face the Music, Birds Of Prey, And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn, Bloodshot, Frozen II, Just Mercy, Knives Out, Parasite, The Invisible Man, and Trolls World Tour. Google Play has also opened voting for Books and Movies. However, the award category and the list of options are only for users in the US.
However, you may not necessarily be able to vote across every category especially if you haven't downloaded any content from any of the listed categories. So, if you haven't tried any items from the Books and Movies categories, the platform may not give you an option to vote for the best movies or the best books.