Sunday the 2Oth was a record revenue day for February, $2000+, and we believe this has to do with all the new Verizon iPhones hitting the marketplace. Not all developers have seen this type of increase, and overall we think Verizon user revenue will be gradual, but its a good sign. Analysts on Wall Street said they expected sales of the new Verizon iPhone to sell about a million in the first week alone.

Some shareholders have asked if any apps have been taken down, and we did take down several to update features on iTunes and test various technologies on other platforms, the vast majority of apps are unaffected, and all those taken down will be back up shortly. Approvals are still slow, but they will most likely return to normal soon. Some of our older apps are staring to sell better, a good indication our catalog of titles has “legs” and get a boost from the halo effect of newer ones.

When our new subscription based apps hit the market soon, we expect to be generating significantly more sales per app, so any slowdown in approvals will become less important to grow revenue, plus the fact all our apps are being ported as we speak to every major and minor platform, mobile and desktop.

Most of our content partners are very excited about App subscriptions and will be providing new content on a regular basis for the sub Apps. Other than the major newspapers and magazines, we expect to be among the first developers to have a significant number of subscription apps.

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