Video file renaming tool Filebot remained Ubuntu's best selling application during July, notching up it's second month in pole position.
Video renaming utility Filebot was June's best selling application on Ubuntu, while Stormcloud, last months #1 app, misses the top 10.
The ten best-selling Ubuntu applications during the month of May have been revealed.
Dear readers. It's that time of the month again. The day in which I write a post on what app sold the most on Ubuntu during April, resulting in a small band of you getting upset that the number 1 app hasn't changed.
Umbrellas at the ready for another shower of discontent in the comments section: Stormcloud was once again Ubuntu's best-selling app last month.
Desktop weather app Stormcloud was the Ubuntu Software Center's biggest selling app in February. Made by prolific developers Caffeinated Code (Lightread, Gradiator, Nitro), the $2.99 app supports forecasts for multiple-locations, and various unit reporting.
Made by prolific developers Caffeinated Code (Lightread, Nitro), the $2.99 app boasts a number of handy features, including customisable colours and multiple-location support.
Backyard karting game 'RC Mini Racers' was Ubuntu's top selling paid application in December. The game managed to better its November position of #2.
Racing game 'RC Mini Racers' made a speedy debut as one of Ubuntu's top selling apps during November. The $4.99 racing game bags the #2 position despite having only gone on sale November 27th!
Indie Game Amnesia: The Dark Descent was October's biggest selling paid app on Ubuntu. At $20 the title doesn't come cheap, but its popularity is a testament to its well-structured gameplay and all-out frightening storyline.
Months seem to whizz by faster than Quantal's new app install animation, so we're once again here to run down the top 10 most sold apps through the Ubuntu Software Center during September 2012.
Minecraft Mod Installer 'MC Launcher' was August's top selling app on the Ubuntu Software Center. The $2.99 tools allows for the easy installation of Java and Minecraft mods through a GUI.