Velvet apple (Diospyros blancoi) is a plant of the genus of ebony trees and persimmons, Diospyros.

Its edible fruit has a skin covered in a fine, velvety fur which is usually reddish-brown, and soft, creamy, pink flesh, with a taste and aroma comparable to fruit cream cheese.

It is native to the Philippines, where kamagong usually refers to the entire tree, and mabolo ortálang is applied to the fruit. It is also found in the Micronesian Islands of Palau, known as matib (Palauan). Velvet apple trees are found, but rare, in Sri Lanka too.