I’m going to switch to more summarized data. My work has gotten really busy over the last couple of months, and it looks like the rest of the year will be the same. So I really doubt I’ll be spending much time working on games. Which is a bit of a shame, I had started working on an idea with a friend that looked promising. Also, I’m not sure Mobclix will ever pay me again, so it seems like a waste of energy to record my earnings with the level of detail I used to.
No surprises here, things are pretty stable. Bus Jumper is still getting the most impressions and making the most money. Some days I wonder if I should just write 20 other Bus Jumper clones
B&N – 54 sales, $37.25
Google – No idea. I’ve been getting a 404 error when I try to access the Play Store developer console
Samsung app store
Bojan asked for data on this. Unfortunately, the data isn’t as exciting as I’d hoped. I suspect Bus Jumper will do better here than Neil Rajah, like it has everywhere else. But right now, I don’t have the time to go through the effort of listing Bus Jumper on the Samsung store.
Neil Rajah had 965 downloads from the Samsung store in March. About 600 of those downloads were in the first 2 days the app was listed (which means they probably have something like a ‘Just In’ listing). After that, it’s settled down to 10-20 downloads a day. That’s about 1/10th the downloads from the Play Store.