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The Top Grossing Mobile Games (July 2020)

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:

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50% of mobile gaming revenue comes from 10% of the players

How much money do mobile game makers take in on their games?

Like Web Watch has told you before, Candy Crush was pulling in around $850,000 a day from just a handful of their users.

But we’ve uncovered a bit more information about how the mobile gaming financial numbers are playing out across the board when all revenues are looked at.

Mobile & Social Game Design: Monetization Methods and Mechanics, Second Edition
Mobile & Social Game Design: Monetization Methods and Mechanics, Second Edition

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How much bandwidth does your cell service provider give you?

Will Work for Bandwidth
Will Work for Bandwidth

Do you know how much bandwidth your cell phone provider gives you on your mobile phone contract?

We know – why does it matter how much our providers charge us for bandwidth?  The Internet is free, right?

Yeah… not so much.

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The average teenager sends 3,339 texts per month

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TextAppeal for Guys – The Ultimate Texting Guide

A new study has come out that shows some trends in how we use our cellphones.

The 2011 WIRELESS NETWORK PERFORMANCE SURVEY asked over 22,000 wireless customers for their answers on cell phone use and their carrier.  Here is some of what they found:

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How to fix Internet Explorer from showing mobile versions of websites (like

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Sticker for back of the Apple Macbook:
“Snow White holding a Poison Apple”

Perhaps you’ve run into this issue yourself: you’re happily cruising around the Internet using Internet Explorer 8 or Internet Explorer 9 – most likely in Windows Vista or Windows 7.

Everything seems fine for pretty much every website you hit.

Until you visit a website… like DISNEY.COM… and you are shown a mobile version of their site.