Milestone hit in ten days netting the firm over $5m.
Along with the unveiling of the new iPad on March 7th, Apple also revealed iPhoto for iOS, a notable move as the app was previously just available for Macs.
Now, The Loop reports Apple has passed the milestone for one million iPhoto downloads within ten days of its release.
The premium app is priced at $4.99 and doesn't seem to have deterred iPad and iPhone users, which is good news for Apple that will have made more than $5 million from sales.
Of course, the sum is just small change compared to the $98 billion nest egg the company is currently sitting on.
The app features a series of functions including multi-touch, speed, enhancements, and social media integration, seemingly with a view to rival Adobe PhotoShop at a fraction of the price