When looking at the mobile gaming market - or any market, for that matter - the most basic question you can ask is where the money is coming from.

As mobile grows, you'd think the opportunities to bring in the cash would be expanding. Yet, for many, finding the users who are going to part with their pennies is getting more and more difficult.

It's why news that Apple continues to polish up its banhammer, threatening to reject apps that feature searching or sharing recommendations, dominated the headlines not just on PocketGamer.biz this week, but across the web.

If Apple wants developers to utilise nothing but its own narrow forms of app discovery - platforms seemingly reserved for the publishers and developers Apple deem's worthy - then what chance does the average indie have of getting spotted?

But, enough of of such worries. Here's the week's best mobile gaming stories from sister site PocketGamer.biz.

Tools and platforms


Discovery and Retention

Industry voices