A lot going is on…new i-Mobilize App Store, Mediafly, Video Games, App Updates, white labeling, and more Android apps being developed with new content including the popular TV show Bikini Destinations HD.

A recent stat came out that stated that apps make about $4,000+ on average , before advertising revenue, and we estimate ours are doing much better than that and because we reuse the code in our apps, our cost per app is low, creating healthy margins.

We have begun white-labeling our technology for clients and apps are being released under other iTunes accounts, we will release stats on this in the near future.

Putting some finishing touches on our first video games, we expect the first two to be released before the end of the month, with many more to follow. We are very excited about entering into the gaming world, and will be focusing more resources on this popular marketplace as time goes on.

App Store predicted to kill PSP and leave NGP ‘dead on arrival’-AppleInsider

Other game developers are even more supportive of Apple’s App Store model, with Ngmoco’s chief executive Neil Young saying “I think [Sony’s] PSP is done and the new [NGP successor] is dead on arrival.-

“It’s really difficult to compete with an App Store that has hundreds of thousands of applications and a wide range of options where the average price paid is around $1.20 and there are tens, if not hundreds of thousands of free applications that are really high quality. So I just don’t think Sony’s going to be able to compete with that.”

Nintendo has seen enthusiastic sales for its new 3DS handheld gaming device, but has been clearly pinched by the growth of Apple’s iPhone, iPod touch and now the iPad in taking over territory in a space it has almost exclusively dominated for decades.

Stay tuned! if you blink you may miss something…

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