Monthly Report April + May 2013

I was very busy during the last two months so I did not find time to write about my april experiences. I decided to catch up on this by combining april and may into one blog post. I hope you don’t mind. As a result, I have lots of things to tell you this time. I will start by providing some information on a question that is commonly asked in the comments. The question is “what kind of service / software do I use to track my downloads / revenues”. Apart from using the dashboards commonly provided by ad-networks like RevMob, I use Distimo Monitor to track my numbers. It is a free service, but you have to enter your login data for all the accounts you want to track. They also use your data (anonymously) for market research. They also run a blog with interesting information, based on that market research they do with the collected data. Status Quo Some of my readers not only want to know about my recent progress but also about the “steadiness” of my venture. So here is the revenue curve for the last two months, featureing all apps across all platforms. summarizing all apps and stores, I still manage to make five-digit revenues monthly To maintain that momentum, I release updates of my apps. About one update every 1-2 months per app. I do not update EVERY app I ever created, only the “big” ones. This would cost too much time and I would not be able to release anything new. I also try to release a new kids app every 2-3...