Apple has revealed the most popular singles and albums sold via iTunes UK during 2007, with British acts Amy Winehouse, Mika and the Arctic Monkeys leading the album sales pack.

The iTunes team hasn't been specific as to the number of times each item has been downloaded, but does reveal that Mika's 'Grace Kelly' single was the most downloaded track, followed by Rihanna's 'Umbrella'.

Amy Winehouse's 'Back To Black' was the most downloaded album of the year, followed by Mika's 'Life In Cartoon Motion' then Arctic Monkeys' 'Favourite Worst Nightmare'.

The top 10 UK albums are as follows;

1: Amy Winehouse - 'Back to Black'
2: Mika -'Life in Cartoon Motion'
3: Arctic Monkeys - 'Favourite Worst Nightmare'
4: Mark Ronson - 'Version'
5: Newton Faulkner - Hand Built by Robots'
6: Take That - 'Beautiful World'
7: Foo Fighters - 'Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace'
8: Kaiser Chiefs - 'Yours Truly, Angry Mob'
9: Snow Patrol – 'Eyes Open'
10: Timbaland - 'Shock Value'

The top ten UK singles are;

1: Mika - 'Grace Kelly'
2: Rihanna - 'Umbrella'
3: The Fray - 'How To Save A Life'
4: Kaiser Chiefs - 'Ruby'
5: Plain White T's - 'Hey There Delilah'
6: Kanye West - 'Stronger'
7: Kate Nash - 'Foundations'
8: Leona Lewis - 'Bleeding Love'
9: Sugababes - 'About You Now'
10: Take That - 'Shine'