All publications by tag «tops»
Top 500 cash applications of Google Play
A curious toy has appeared on GitHub. It is called “Top 500 cash applications”. This is a graph that pulls up data on the position of applications in Google Play from the Droid Meter analytical resource and distributes them into six columns: the minimum number of installations, price, place in the global box office Top 500, position change (per week), rating and number of reviews.
Newzoo presented the world box office chart of games
Newzoo has published the world’s top 20 grossing iOS games for the past September. It includes Clash of Clans, Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North, The Simpsons™: Tapped Out, as well as a number of projects published only in the Japanese market.
App Store Paid Game Charts: N.O.V.A. 3 sale brought the game to the top 3
The top ten paid gaming apps for iPhone and iPad in the last week of summer did not bring anything interesting. Old names still prevail, there are few young projects, and those that exist are very suspicious. But Gameloft once again demonstrates how to use the price reduction correctly.
Who and how gets into the tops of the App Store
For a developer who made his first iOS app and uploaded it to the App Store on his own, a painful waiting period begins: he is intensely watching the tops in the hope that his brainchild will take one of the coveted top lines. Experienced publishers and developers at this time spend huge budgets on marketing and sometimes resort to not entirely honest methods.
Box office hits 30.05.2012 – 06.05.2012
One of the main events is, of course, the appearance of The Tribez HD in the second position in the top ten American box office games for iPad. As they say, they did not wait. No less interesting was the growth of the somewhat budget-looking Plague Inc. in the top box office games for iPhone, where now, by the way, you can find the Rage of Bahamut game, which still occupies first place in another…