Camera+ Exceeds 6 Million Downloads, One App Sold Every Three Seconds

Tap tap tap has just released some stunning numbers for their popular photography app (and one of my favourites) Camera+. The app has reached its 6 millionth sale milestone, with over 950,000 downloads in the past month alone. Last June, they hit 3 million total downloads.

After Apple’s 30% cut, the taptaptap team notes they have taken in an incredible $5,125,844 to date:

Camera+ was the top selling non-game app in the App Store for 2011, and their success has been accomplished without ever hitting the #1 spot in the US Top Paid or Grossing categories. Oh, and they were also banned from the App Store for violating guidelines for a good six months. Impressive.

Congrats to the entire tap tap tap team!

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  • Daniel

    The 1 knock I have with Camera+ is that it doesn’t use the iPhone 4S’ aperture to its full extent.  When I look at the metadata from a picture taken with Camera+, it shows an aperture of 2.8, when the camera actually has an aperture of 2.4.

  • That’s interesting to know. Might be worth passing that info onto the developers.

  • Rabid

    The default app is better.