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Creators of the popular iOS app Camera+, tap tap tap, have just announced that it has sold its 10 millionth app. Here’s what the team had to say about crossing the astonishing 10 million mark:
We’ve crossed the 10 million paid sales mark for all of our apps.
When you consider that I started tap tap tap just a few short years ago… essentially as a hobby… it’s pretty mind-blowing. The iPhone and the App Store have really changed everything.
None of this would’ve been possible without the amazing teams I work with here and without all of you, our great, loyal customers. Thanks.
In January, the company shared that it had made $5.1M on Camera+ alone, and a copy of the app every 3 seconds.
The tap tap tap team has done a fantastic job promoting its products, with Camera+ leading the way. Other apps available from tap tap tap include The Heist, Serenity, Faces, Voices 2, Convert, and Classics. The team also created Digg’s free iOS app.
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