It’s been a while since Web Watch has looked at the TOP GROSSING VIDEO GAMES for iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. Let’s take a look at which games people are paying to play this month:
iPhone? Android? Jitterbug?
You should be careful about which phone you choose, as that choice could decide who you end up dating.
According to DECLUTTR, 70% of people would rather date someone with an iPhone over someone with an Android device.
Women will avoid someone with an older phone model. And if you have a cracked screen, you better get that fixed before going on a date — 1/3 of people thought it reflected poorly on their companion.
Apple has released their end-of-year charting information for their iTunes Store apps.
While not the TOP GROSSING apps for the year (that title goes to CLASH OF CLANS on both iPad and iPhone), these are the apps that topped the sales chart even though they cost money to download.
Another month is in the books, and it’s time to take a look at the TOP MONEY EARNING APPS in the Apple and Android app stores:
So you’ve been following along with our regular list of the HIGHEST GROSSING iPHONE and iPAD APPS, and wondering how you can get your thumb onto that meal ticket. Apple pays out literally BILLIONS of dollars to app developers every year, so why not go ahead and just whip an app together and submit to the Apple App Store?
Big changes on this month’s list of the Top Grossing apps. Could it be due to the new iPhone 6 release? Could be… could be….
Let’s take a look.
Now that the kids are heading back to school, have there been any changes in the TOP GROSSING SMARTPHONE APPS lists?
Likely not. Chances are, we’re going to continue to see tons of games as we check out this month’s contenders.
It’s all about the money when it comes to apps. And making money? Well, that’s why we make ’em.
These aren’t necessarily the most popular apps out there – but they are the ones that are raking in the most money – most likely via in-app purchases. And really, is it any surprise that the majority of these hit money-making apps are games? No, not really.
Let’s take a look at who’s making the money this month: