March 2014 is history and the company reached their highest daily average of apps per day in the Top 200 grossing (USA) in 4 months, based on a once-a-day instantaneous snapshot and by respective category. The average was 6.5 Apps and the average high snapshot tally of 9 for the month occurred on two separate occasions, March 20, and March 27. Check out the scorecard below.


In March 2014, we had 15 instances where one of our apps reached #1 in its respective grossing category in an individual country, and 36 occurrences in the Top 3 world-wide (highest monthly total since we began tracking).


Ad Impressions for the year through March 31, 2014, totaled 6.9 million, a 28% increase over the same time period last year.

For a second consecutive year, the company produced all-time record revenues and profits. In 2013, Metatron successfully launch more content as “freemium” Mega-Apps into the digital marketplace, while maintaining growth in the usage rate of long running Apps.

2013 Revenue was $730,751, a 27% year-over-year (YOY) increase from 2012 Revenue of $572,391, an all-time record for the company.

2013 Net Income (Profit) was $68,563, a 430% year-over-year (YOY) increase from 2012 Net Income of $12,917.

2013 Expenses were $662,118, an 18% increase from 2012 Expenses of $559,474.
2013 Q4 quarterly revenue was $177,256, representing a 15% increase from 2012 Q4 revenue of $153,641.

Metatron’s 2013 Annual Report has been published and can be found on the OTC Markets Website.

Icon of New Glenn Mega app coming soon:

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Industry News — Flurry:
Flurry published a new blog yesterday, titled, Apps Solidify Leadership Six Years into the Mobile Revolution. The article continued to report clear evidence that mobile “web” use is fading in the presence of App use. Here is an excerpt:
Time spent on a mobile device by the average US consumer has risen to 2 hours and 42 minutes per day from 2 hours and 38 minutes per day in March of 2013. Apps continued to cement their lead, and commanded 86% of the average US mobile consumer’s time, or 2 hours and 19 minutes per day. Time spent on the mobile web continued to decline and averaged just 14% of the US mobile consumer’s time, or 22 minutes per day. The data tells a clear story that apps, which were considered a mere fad a few years ago, are completely dominating mobile, and the browser has become a single application swimming in a sea of apps.

For the complete flurry blog, go here:

New data from OOyala:


␣ Year over year, share of time spent watching videos on tablets and mobile devices has increased 719% since Q4 2011, and 160% year-over-year since Q4 2012

␣ Mobile and tablets combined for over 18% of time played in October, and reached over 26% by the end of December 2013, a 43% increase


␣ More than half (53%) of mobile viewers’ time was spent watching video longer than 30 minutes
␣ Tablet users spent more than one third (35%) of their time watching video longer than 30 minutes
␣ Connected TV users spent much of their viewing time (39%) watching content more than an hour long. For mobile viewers, nearly one third (31%) of viewing time was with content longer than an hour, and for tablet viewers nearly one-fifth (19%)


More phones, more tablets, more wi-fi hotspots, more multiscreen deployments by operators; all four contributed to record-breaking growth of mobile and tablet video over the last two years. It’s not hard to see why: in a recent Ooyala survey of online video publishers and broadcasters, 99% said delivering video to mobile and tablet devices was “critical” or “important.”

While time spent watching video on mobile and tablets exceeds one fourth of all online viewing, mobile video share of plays in Q4 reached 17%, up 21% from Q3, meaning people are not only watching more often on those devices, but engagement is increasing, too.
From the beginning of Q3 2012 until the end of 2013, the share of time spent on mobile and tablets increased 190%, and grew a whopping 719% since Q4 2011.

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