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Filebot Tops July’s Best Selling Apps on Ubuntu (Updated)

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Ubuntu's Most Popular Paid App

Ubuntu’s Most Popular Paid App

Video file renaming tool Filebot remained Ubuntu’s best selling application during July.

The $2.99 application, which also boasts subtitle downloading and automation features, sold 48 copies during July to nab #1 place.

Minecraft tool ‘MC Launcher’ sits right behind it at #2, though has since been removed from the Software Centre as ‘it is not compatible with the current version of the game’, according to the developer. 

Available or not it sold enough copies to warrant second place. It’s followed by web creation tool ‘Quick ‘n Easy Web Builder’, which drops one place from last month to snatch #3.

Braid (#9) and Bastion (#7) are the only games to feature in July’s paid rankings.

New Entries

Spindl Time Tracker

Spindl Time Tracker

Time-tracking app Spindl is the highest new entry, placing at #5 with sales of 29. The app offer a ‘simple way to track how much time you spend throughout the day’. 

The latest digital edition of Linux Format Magazine creeps in at #10.

Both of last month’s new entries – HDD Ranger and Robotux – fall out of the top 10.

July 2013′s Top 10 Paid Apps

[App name/June Position]

  1. Filebot  (1)
  2. MC-Launcher (5)
  3. Quick ‘n Easy Web Builder (2)
  4. Fluendo DVD Player (3)
  5. Spindl (new)
  6. UberWriter (7)
  7. Bastion (re)
  8. Drawers (8)
  9. Braid (6)
  10. Linux Format Magazine – Issue 173 (new)