The following is a graph from one app that was updated recently to include iAds, and we are pleased to report the test has gone better than expected. It appears since the app is free, the user base and ad impressions become cumulative and ever-growing, and apparently so does the revenue from the app.

We expect impressions to level off eventually, and these are preliminary results but the long-term implications are that free apps with the right ad management system like iAd may outperform paid apps and become a significant if not dominant revenue stream.

Although this business model may not work for all of our content partners, it will for most and we expect in time to convert many of our paid apps to free, and include some ads in our paid apps as well.

Our first game tentatively titled “Angry UFO’s Attack” is scheduled to be submitted to iTunes for approval this week, and we expect it to hit the store early next week based on current approval times, closely followed by other games, which will include iAds and in-app purchases for more levels.

Revenue updates and the quarterly report will be released before the end of the month.

Our new major software update for IOS 5 is being worked on and is on schedule. Once our apps are updated with the new software we expect more revenue per app to be generated.

The Bikini Destinations App is now selling on the Roku system as well as Android. Roku is a little box that allows you to instantly stream tons of entertainment on your TV. Watch movies and TV shows from Netflix, Hulu Plus or Amazon Instant Video, listen to music on Pandora, catch the latest ballgame, and more — it’s all available whenever you want it.

Our new multi-platform App store is in final beta-testing and should be live in within a few weeks.

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