New York — To no one's surprise, Adele's 25 is the best-selling album on iTunes for 2015.
Apple announced on Wednesday that Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' Uptown Funk was the year's biggest single, while Adele's Hello is sixth on the songs list.
Ed Sheeran's Thinking out Loud, Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth's See You Again, Maroon 5's Sugar, and Shut Up and Dance by Walk the Moon ranked second through fifth, respectively.
Coincidently, Uptown Funk and Thinking out Loud earned Grammy nominations for record of the year on Monday, while Thinking out Loud and See You Again will compete for song of the year.
Drake's If You're Reading This It's Too Late was second behind 25 on the albums list. Drake's album with fellow rapper-singer Future, What a Time to Be Alive, ranked sixth.
Taylor Swift's 1989, the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack and Justin Bieber's Purpose rounded out the Top 5.
The Weeknd earned three songs in the Top 20 with Earned It, Can't Feel My Face and The Hills. Swift's Blank Space and Style came in at numbers 18 and 20, respectively.
Star Wars Digital Collection was the top movie on iTunes, while season five of Game of Thrones led in TV shows.
The top non-fiction book was American Sniper, and Paula Hawkins' The Girl on the Train was number 1 for both fiction and audiobooks.
The leading free iPhone and iPad apps were Trivia Check and Crossy Road — Endless Arcade Hopper, respectively. The top paid iPhone and iPad apps were Heads Up! and Minecraft: Pocket Edition.
And the year's top podcast on iTunes was Fresh Air followed by Serial.
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