Slot City, Duck Hunting and Osmos HD and more on this week’s Android app charts

Once again, the Android charts were lead by many apps we’ve seen before. DeNA’s Rage of Bahamut continues to hold the No. 1 spot on the top grossing app chart, further adding to its already impressive streak and likely making DeNA a lot of money on the platform. Japanese social game reporter Serkan Toto reported this week that the game is rumored to be earning over $1.3 million a month on Android alone. Aside from Rage of Bahamut, newer games from Pixonic and MTV Networks performed strongly, making their first appearances on our weekly Android charts.

This week’s top grossing Android apps

Slot City — We start off this week’s top grossing Android apps roundup in the No. 4 spot with Dragonplay’s Slot City, a Vegas style slots app where you can earn chips and bonuses to gain experience and level up. The app was last updated on June 27 with a new social feature called Slot of Fame. Each week the top 15 winners who connect Slot City to their Facebook account can become icons in the new slot machine.

Crime City —  Funzio’s Crime City holds the No. 6 spot. The midcore strategy game allows users  to build their own criminal empires. The number of installs for the game increased steadily throughout the month and continued to rise this week. Crime City was last updated on June 28.

Deer Hunter Reloaded — At the No. 15  spot is version 2.0 of Glu Mobile’s Deer Hunter Reloaded, a first person hunting simulator. The June 21 update to version 2.0 added a significant amount of content including new locations, weapons and animals. Users can now also use the app to post their high scores to Facebook. The app is free to download but players can pay to speed up their progress through the game.

Norton Antivirus & Security — All the way down at No. 45 is NortonMobile’s Norton Antivirus & Security app. The app provides security, antivirus and antitheft to Android devices without hindering general performance. Users can also use the app to remotely lock the device, preventing anyone from accessing private information and running up charges in case it is lost or stolen. The app maintained its popularity despite not receiving a significant update since March. The app is free to download and monetizes through in-app purchases.

Robinson — Pixonic closes off this week’s top grossing chart at the No. 48 spot with Robinson, a free casual game where players can design and build their own desert island paradise. The game was updated with bug fixes and a new quest pack called the Hunter’s Heart on June 22, boosting its download volume significantly.

This week’s top free Android apps 

Street View on Google Maps — We start at the very top of the free Android app chart this week with Google’s Street View app, which takes the No. 1 spot.

Logo quiz — A simple game by Mateusz Klaczak called Logo quiz takes the No. 19 spot on the free Android app charts. In the game players are presented with the iconic logos of various companies and are asked to type in their name as fast as they can. As of the recent June 28 update the app includes 600 logos. The app tracks a player’s high score and features a leaderboard.

Duck Hunting — Moving down to the No. 22 spot we find JackAndrGame’s Duck Hunting. While the app is popular, it seems largely because its icon is designed to look exactly like the classic Nintendo game Duck Hunt. The combination of possible copyright infringement and poor user reviews complaining about very aggressive push notifications could spell trouble for the app’s future.