Emerging top grossing iOS apps: DragonVale, Kingdoms of Camelot and Modern War

Backflip Studios’ free-to-play animal care game DragonVale once again leads the top grossing iOS charts, taking back the No. 1 spot from last week’s leader, Poker by Zynga. DragonVale has proven to be a surprisingly resilient hit — the game hasn’t been lower than No. 12 on the top grossing iPhone app chart since Sep. 17, 2011 according to AppData.

Kabam’s first foray into mobile gaming, Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North hits No. 4 on the iPad charts and No. 5 on the iPad charts this week. The game has been a slow-burning success since its release at the beginning of March, taking a month to crack the top 10 of the top grossing apps chart.

This week’s fastest rising app is Funzio’s Modern War, which climbs 18 spots to hit No. 11 on the iPad top grossing charts and 16 spots to reach the No. 18 position on the iPhone charts.

This week’s top grossing  iPhone apps

3.Poker by Zynga3=
4.Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North_4=
5.Draw Something by OMGPOP5▲1
6.Angry Birds Space6▼1
7.Design This Home7=
8.MLB.com At Bat8▲1
9.Texas Poker9▼1
10.XPandora Radio10=
11.Bejeweled Blitz11▲6
12.Flick Home Run !12=
13.Deer Hunter Reloaded13▲1
14.Minecraft – Pocket Edition14▲1
15.iMob 215▼4
16.Kick the Buddy: Second Kick16=
17.Card Ace: Casino17▼4
18.Modern War18▲16
19.Castle Age HD19▲2
20.Kingdom Age20▼2
21.MotionX GPS Drive21▲3
22.Scramble With Friends22▼2
23.Tap Paradise Cove23▲2
24.Smurfs’ Village24▼5
25.Plants vs. Zombies25▼2

This week’s top grossing iPad apps

1.Quickoffice Pro HD – edit office documents_1▲2
2.Slotomania HD2▼1
5.Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North5▲4
6.Kingdom Age6▲1
7.Poker by Zynga7▲4
9.Angry Birds Space HD9▼3
11.Modern War11▲18
12.NYTimes for iPad12=
15.MLB.com At Bat15▲2
16.Mystery Manor: Hidden Adventure16▼11
17.Deer Hunter Reloaded17▼1
18.Bejeweled Blitz18▲12
19.The Daily19▼6
20.ForeFlight Mobile Aviation Weather20▲4
21.Texas Poker21▼7
23.Draw Something by OMGPOP23▼3
24.Smurfs’ Village24▼6
25.New York Post25▼4


All data in this post comes from AppData, our traffic tracking service for iOS and Facebook apps.