CSR Racing, Rage of Bahamut, Zynga Slots and more on this week’s top grossing iOS apps

For the second week in a row, NaturalMotion’s new game CSR Racing takes the No. 1 spot on the top grossing iPhone and iPad charts. The game, which was originally previewed at WWDC, is free-to-play, and monetizes through in-app purchases. NaturalMotion recently raised $11 million in Series B funding to expand its mobile development capacity.

Moving slightly down the top grossing iPhone charts, DeNA’s Rage of Bahamut finishes in the No. 3 spot this week. The app has not dipped below No. 8 on the iPhone top grossing charts in the last month.

Finally Zynga Slots appears to off to a good start, taking the No. 23 position on the top grossing iPhone app chart this week. The app has been performing well, but placed below Playtika’s Slotomania, which takes the No. 6 spot and Fishstick’s Slots Journey, which lands in the No. 17 spot this week.

This week’s top grossing iPhone apps

1.CSR Racing1=
2.Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North_2=
3.Rage of Bahamut3▲1
5.Pandora Radio5▲1
7.Zynga Poker7▼2
8.Tap Paradise Cove8=
9.Bejeweled Blitz9▲4
10.XMinecraft – Pocket Edition10▼1
11.The Amazing Spider-Man11▼1
12.MLB.com At Bat12▼1
13.Where’s My Perry?13▼1
14.Card Ace: Casino14▲8
15.Modern War15▼1
16.Dragon Story™16=
17.Slots Journey17▲4
18.Scramble With Friends18▼3
19.Texas Poker19▼2
20.MotionX GPS Drive20=
21.Where’s My Water?21▼2
22.Castle Age HD22▲3
23.Zynga Slots23▼5
24.Big Win Baseball24▲3
25.Temple Run: Brave25▼2

This week’s top grossing iPad apps

1.CSR Racing1=
4.Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North_4=
5.Slotomania HD5▲1
6.NYTimes for iPad6▲1
7.Zynga Poker7▼4
8.Quickoffice Pro HD8▲4
11.Tap Paradise Cove11▲3
12.Modern War12▼3
13.Mystery Manor: Hidden Adventure13▼5
14.Bingo Bash HD14▼3
15.The Amazing Spider-Man15=
16.Bejeweled Blitz16▲9
18.MLB.com At Bat18▼2
19.GSN Casino19▲5
20.Smurfs’ Village20▼3
21.New York Post21▼1
22.ForeFlight Mobile Aviation22▼1
23.The Sims Freeplay23▼1
24.The Daily24▼5
25.Card Ace: Casino HD25▲5


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