As Palluxo! reports, Tapulous' iPhone take on Dance Dance Revolution, Tap Tap Revenge, has reached the one million downloads mark just two weeks after its release in the iTunes App Store.  Tap Tap Revenge is the second app to enjoy a million downloads, the first being the Facebook app [App Store] which crossed the line on July 26.

According to Tapulous,

“We have great designers, iPhone hackers from the good old days, award-winning Mac developers, and lots of entrepreneurial energy. Plus we have great investors, and we love them for believing in our vision: Andy Bechtolsheim, Marc Benioff, Jeff Clavier, Katrina Garnett, Khosla Ventures, Rajeev Motwani, Ben Smith and Rob Theis, to name a few,”

Tapulous is marking the the occasion by running a contest in which they are giving away one thousand albums. Winners can choose any music they want from Lala.com's catalog of over 5 million songs. To participate, just sign up for a Tapulous profile--free of charge. (Users of Tapulous' iPhone Twitter client, Twinkle [App Store], may have already done so.)

Tapulous indicates they will be launching several additional apps in the coming months, including premium editions of their existing products.

  • http://cybersurge.org Michael

    Congratulations to them, Tap Tap Revenge is a great game, I just hope they get some more songs in there to make the game a little bit more fun.

  • http://cybersurge.org Michael

    Congratulations to them, Tap Tap Revenge is a great game, I just hope they get some more songs in there to make the game a little bit more fun.

  • http://cdmcgonigal.com chris

    I like Tap Tap a lot, but, I wish the tracks were actually separated so you feel like you're actually playing the song, a la guitar hero, so, if you miss a note or beat, you don't hear it. That'd be sweet. I'm sure there is an actual licensed guitar hero app coming to the app store anyways, I just hope its better than the blackberry version... yuck.

  • http://cdmcgonigal.com chris

    I like Tap Tap a lot, but, I wish the tracks were actually separated so you feel like you're actually playing the song, a la guitar hero, so, if you miss a note or beat, you don't hear it. That'd be sweet. I'm sure there is an actual licensed guitar hero app coming to the app store anyways, I just hope its better than the blackberry version... yuck.

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