CSR Racing, The Tribez, Fieldrunners 2 and more on this week’s top grossing iOS apps

There wasn’t much change on iOS top grossing charts this week. Once again, NaturalMotion’s CSR Racing took the top spot, its third week in a row holding the position. Also like last week, its followed by Kabam’s Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North in the No. 2 position and DeNA’s Rage of Bahamut in the No. 3 spot.

The iPad charts also repeated last week’s top three, with CSR Racing, Comics and Backflip Studios’ DragonVale retaining their respective No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 ranks.

Outside of the unchanged top of the charts, Subatomic Studios’ Fieldrunners 2 is this week’s fastest rising app on the iPhone charts, climbing 24 spots to claim the No. 8 position on the top grossing chart. The tower defence title costs $2.99 and was released on July 19. On the iPad charts, Game Insight’s The Tribez HD rises an impressive 42 spots to land in the No. 9 position.

This week’s top grossing iPhone apps

1.CSR Racing1=
2.Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North__2=
3.Rage of Bahamut3=
6.Pandora Radio6▼3
7.Zynga Poker7=
8.Fieldrunners 28▲24
9.Minecraft – Pocket Edition9▼1
10.XTap Paradise Cove10▼1
11.Bejeweled Blitz11▼1
12.Modern War12▲18
13.Card Ace: Casino13▼2
14.Slots Journey14▼1
15.Castle Age HD15▲7
16.MotionX GPS Drive16▼1
17.Bingo Bash17=
18.MLB.com At Bat18▼6
19.Dragon Story™19▲10
20.Matching With Friends20▼6
21.Crime City21▲6
22.Scramble With Friends22▼3
23.Slots by Zynga23▲8
24.The Dark Knight Rises24=
25.GSN Casino25▲3

This week’s top grossing iPad apps

1.CSR Racing1=
4.Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North__4=
5.Slotomania HD5=
6.Modern War6▲14
7.NYTimes for iPad7▼1
8.Zynga Poker8▲4
9.The Tribez HD9▲42
10.XBingo Bash HD10▼3
11.Quickoffice Pro HD11▼1
14.Marvel Comics14▼5
15.New York Post15▼2
16.GSN Casino16▲1
17.Tap Paradise Cove17▼1
18.Zinio 18=
19.Bejeweled Blitz19▼4
20.ForeFlight Mobile20▲5
21.Minecraft – Pocket Edition21▲2
22.The Sims™ FreePlay22▼1
23.Smurfs’ Village23▼1
24.DC Comics24▼10
25.Card Ace: Casino HD25▲1


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