We are pleased to report last Monday was the highest sales day so far this quarter.
Traditionally Mondays are not peak sales days, and it appears the Holiday season may be starting early this year for app purchases.

9/1/14 to 9/15/14 App Sales trend chart:


This is probably due to the buzz about the new iPhone 6 which is expected to break all previous sales records, along with the news of the ground-breaking Apple Watch which will have access to all iOS apps.

App Bundles are groups of up to 10 apps sold together at a reduced price. App Bundles can be purchased with a single tap and the individual apps will appear on the customer’s device.

App Bundles make it easy for App Store users to buy up to 10 of our iOS apps in a single purchase at a reduced price.

The following App Bundles were approved by Apple recently and are expected to launch on the iTunes store any day now.

Deep Sleep & Relaxation Hypnosis Bundle by Glenn Harrold
Eckhart Tolle App Collection Volume 1
AppMovie Classics Collection Volume 1 by i-Mobilize
The Ultimate Money Mainifesting Meditation Collection by i-Mobilize
Guided Meditation Collection for all areas of Life
Lose Weight by Reprogramming Your Mind by Glenn Harrold
Inspiring Meditations for Children by Yoga and Montessori teacher Christiane Kerr
Solfeggio Sonic Meditation Bundle by Glenn Harrold
Vinyasa Flow Yoga Collection by i-Mobilize
Denise Druce Fitness & Dance Workout Series

We have many more AppBundles in que to be reviewed and expect them to help boost sales in the upcoming Holiday season, which is traditionally the best time for App Revenue.

iOS 8 was released today by Apple and we are testing our texting app code-name “Blink’ on devices with the new operating system.

Our potential funding deal is still on the table but we need to wait for the SEC to formally give it the green light.

If you have any questions please email ir@metatroninc.com.

Industry News:

The latest iPhone6/6+ news suggests big sales of the latest Apple iPhone for the rest of this calendar year.


Time Spent In Apps Up 21% Over Last Year

While there may be an upper limit as to how many apps people interact with over the course of a month, new data from mobile marketing platform Localytics out this morning shows that the time spent actually using apps is increasing. In fact, the average time people spend in their apps is up by 21% year-over-year, with music, health and fitness, and social apps showing the largest increases.


Client News:
MRNJ App Client Benjamin Bonetti has been a featured Blog writer on the UK HuntingtonPost website for the past month. The most recent topic was “Parenting and Letting Go”. Check it out here:

Our relationship with Benjamin Bonetti recently expanded and we closed a deal to appify 21 more brand new titles, with more expected in the future.

Benjamin dominates the self-help audiobook charts on iTunes.

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