Emerging top grossing iOS apps: Rage of Bahamut, DragonVale and Original Gangstaz

As we predicted last week, DeNA’s card-battle game Rage of Bahamut has risen to the No. 1 spot on the iOS top grossing charts less than a month after its release. The free-to-play game is now the top grossing app on both iOS and Android.

Meanwhile on the iPad charts, Backflip Studio’s perennial favorite DragonVale takes No. 1 spot again, maintaining the position for the fourth week in a row. The game was last updated on May 17 to add a new area called Gemstone Island.  This week’s fastest rising app is Machine Zone’s social RPG Original Gangstaz HD, which climbs 18 spots to hold the No. 10 position on the top grossing app charts. According to the game’s official app store listing, it boasts over 8 million players.

This week’s top grossing iPhone apps

NameRankChange
1.Rage of Bahamut1▲5
2.Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North_2▲1
3.Zynga Poker3▲1
4.DragonVale4▼3
5.Pandora Radio5=
6.Plague Inc.6▲2
7.Slotomania7▼4
8.Bejeweled Blitz8▲1
9.Minecraft – Pocket Edition9▼3
10.XOriginal Gangstaz HD10▲18
11.MLB.com At Bat11▼1
12.Card Ace: Casino 12▲3
13.Tap Paradise Cove13▼2
14.Global War14▲13
15.MotionX GPS Drive15▼3
16.Slots Journey16▼2
17.Catapult King17▼4
18.Castle Age HD18▼1
19.Angry Birds Space19▼3
20.Original Gangstaz20▼1
21.Draw Something by OMGPOP21▲5
22.Texas Poker22▼2
23.Zoosk23▲8
24.Modern War24▼6
25.Smurfs’ Village25▼3

This week’s top grossing iPad apps

NameRankChange
1.DragonVale1=
2.Quickoffice Pro HD – 2▲1
3.Zynga Poker3▲2
4.Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North_4=
5.Pages5▲1
6.Comics6▲1
7.Slotomania HD7▼5
8.NYTimes for iPad8▲6
9.Mystery Manor: Hidden Adventure9▼1
10.XMLB.com At Bat10▲2
11.Bejeweled Blitz11▲10
12.Zinio12▼1
13.New York Post13▲18
14.Order & Chaos© Online14▲14
15.The Daily15▲7
16.ForeFlight Mobile Aviation 16▼3
17.Bingo Bash HD17=
18.Slotomania18▼9
19.Modern War19▼9
20.Keynote20▲5
21.GSN Casino21▲2
22.Tap Paradise Cove22▲4
23.Numbers23▲1
24.Smurfs’ Village24▼4
25.Card Ace: Casino HD25▲5

 

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service AppData.