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HandyGames Releases Second iPhone Games Analysis

September 24th, 2009 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Analysis & Editorial, Platforms: iOS | No Comments »

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In their analysis series, HandyGames checks out the smaller marketing details of games on the App Store. As with the first series, they manage to find nice little details that can matter for marketing.


In this edition, Markus Kassulke took a look at uppercase vs. lowercase titles of mobile games (excluding LITE or FREE messages). Interestingly enough 9% of the free apps where titled in upper caps and 17% for paid.

Another interesting number is indie developers vs. the big players. Amongst the free apps, 84% is indie while it's 45% on paid apps.

The report shows a lot more like average ratings, age and much more. Get it here.

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