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TORONTO -- Candy Crush Saga and Minecraft -- Pocket Edition were the most downloaded apps on Apple's Canadian iTunes store in 2013, while the debut record from The Lumineers topped the album charts.
Apple released its year-end lists on Tuesday and also named Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke as the most downloaded track of the year, ahead of Wake Me Up by Avicii, Stay by Rihanna, Roar by Katy Perry and Royals by Lorde.
Skyfall was the most downloaded movie and the final crop of Breaking Bad episodes was the TV season of the year.
Inferno by Dan Brown was the most purchased fiction ebook and Wheat Belly was the biggest non-fiction title. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald was the most popular free ebook.
In the U.S., Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience topped the album charts, while Beyoncé's recently released digital album was second.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis had the top-selling song with Thrift Shop and their hit Can't Hold Us placed fifth. Blurred Lines, Radioactive by Imagine Dragons and Pink's Just Give Me a Reason ranked second, third and fourth.
-- The Canadian Press