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<p>If you're a whale you're about to be hunted down and probably have a harpoon thrown at you.</p><p>No, this isn't a strange retelling of Moby Dick. We're talking about new mobile analytics service Whally. It's the first service of its kind.</p><p>It has been set-up by Fred Thuard, a former employee of mobile analytics leader App Annie, to specifically hunt down whales. It was launched on September 11th.</p><p>Whales, if you don't know, is the term used to refer to people who spend large sums of money on free to play mobile games.</p><p>They make up about one percent of all players but provide the majority of a successful developer's revenue.</p><p>Whally tracks playtime and scoring data obtained from GameCenter and social media. This is perfectly legal, if morally questionable, as all the data is publicly available.</p><p>Speaking to PocketGamer.biz, Thuard said "we decided to start analysing daily scores of nearly 380 million iOS players, posting daily more than 73+ millions scores in 12 countries within 20 categories of games on 190,000+ iOS mobile games."</p><p>That's a lot of people. And a lot of games, too, each of which are ranked according to the number of daily players scoring big on their leaderboards.</p><p>The purpose of Whally seems clear: developers can discover what kinds of games (and designs) lure whales the most and then apply these lessons to their own games.</p>.