Book Apps: Selling Surprises

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MedioBistro / eBookNewser in prepping for the Publishing App Expo in December has launched a fun, and fascinating blog listing the top selling Android apps of the week. They are only listing paid apps.

This lists offer insights into what the public is buying, in down-loadable book apps. If you look at this week’s listing, The Bible has beaten Harry Potter and all other NYT bestsellers, as the number two selling eDownload. Number three is the “Moon Phase Pro”, and number eight on the list is the “iKamasutra“. Looking at this rather eclectic list, you know this is going to be a very interesting blog to watch.

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