Emerging paid iOS apps: Draw Somthing, Camera+ and Coco Loco
OMGPOP’s Draw Something holds the No. 1 spots on both the paid iPhone and iPad charts as its counterpart lead the free iOS charts yesterday.
This week’s fastest gaining iOS app is the new version of Tap Tap Tap’s Camera+, updated to version 3.0 on March 13. The app received a major overhaul that improves sharing so users can share photos with multiple services simultaneously. The update also added workflows, focus and exposure locks, notifications and a status bar. The biggest change is the introduction of a Camera+ API, which means users of other applications like the popular Tweetbot and WordPress apps have now integrated Camera+. The app is on sale for $0.99.
On the iPad, Coco Loco makes a strong debut, holding the No.3 paid spot all this week. The $0.99 app was developed by Melbourne-based Twiitch and published by Chillingo. The game is a physics-based puzzler that challenges players to command an army of marshmallows, as they try to rescue their friends from the evil chocolate guardians. The app includes on $0.99 in-app purchase, 60 stages spread across four zones, and was released on March 8.
This week’s top paid iPhone Apps
This week’s top paid iPad apps
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