I said I was going to go into silent mode regarding our sales, but so many people have asked me what happened through Christmas Day that I have decided to release stats just one more time.
We left off December 23rd with stats current from our release date on 12/12 through 12/22.
Everyone is curious about what happened next.
You may be shocked. I know I was when I saw the numbers.
After hitting 13274 units on 12/22, a number of stories broke out sharing that our iFart app had net us approximately $10K for that single day.
Do a Google news search and you’ll see that we have been mentioned all over the place.
The story has gone international with coverage in Argentina, Canada, The U.K., Italy, Spain, Korea, Russia, Denmark, Germany, India, Israel and more.
The iFart Mobile video we posted on YouTube has been viewed 45,000 times as of this writing.
Even more interesting is a video review posted by a third party that has been viewed 48,000 times!
Twitter is alive with mentions of the application.
Anyway, back to the stats.
Here are the numbers I’ve revealed previously…
12/12 – 75 units – #70 entertainment
12/13 – 296 units – #16 entertainment
12/14 – 841 units – #76 overall, #8 entertainment
12/15 – 1510 units – #39 overall, #5 entertainment
12/16 – 1797 units – #22 overall, #3 entertainment
12/17 – 2836 units – #15 overall, #3 entertainment
12/18 – 3086 units – #10 overall, #3 entertainment
12/19 – 3117 units – #9 overall, #2 entertainment
12/20 – 5497 units, – #4 overall, #2 entertainment
12/21 – 9760 units – #2 overall, #1 entertainment
12/22 – 13274 units – #1 overall
12/23 was similar to the previous day. We sold 13,349 units.
I was pleased. I’ll take that on any day.
But I had a hunch that Christmas Eve and Christmas Day would be higher. How much higher was anyone’s guess.
All I knew was that a lot of people would be getting iPhones and iPod Touch MP3 players on Christmas Day.
Christmas came a day early for us. On 12/24, my jaw hit the floor when I checked my stats.
We sold 19520 units, providing $13364 in net income after Apple takes their cut.
I now knew that Christmas Day would be bigger than I would have imagined.
I made sure I was sitting down before I checked my day-after-Christmas stats.
It was a good thing.
On Christmas Day, 38,927 people purchased iFart Mobile.
Thirty-eight thousand nine-hundred and twenty seven.
Thats $27,249 net.
Again I say, wow.
So I want to say “thank you” to everyone who has purchased iFart, to everyone who has written about us, to those who have reviewed the application and to Apple for making our app available to the general public.
With Wal-mart entering into the iPhone marketplace on 12/28, the app store will have more customers than ever before. This is getting interesting.