Hits £7.4m for the six months to end of December 2011.
Publicly quoted Mobile Streams appears to be reaping the rewards of an audacious move away from the ringtones/personalisation products to the worlds of apps and mobile internet.
This has enabled it to be one of the few firms to have made the transition from the first generation of mobile content to the current era.
Its revenue for the second half of 2011 was 40 per cent up on the same period in 2010.
There's been big growth in LatAm with more than one million active subscribers in Argentina and 50,000 active subscribers in Mexico (defined as customers who have purchased content from the Company in the prior two month period).
Then there's the independent and socially-oriented Appitalism app store. Mobile Streams says it has 37 B2B customer contracts for the distribution and provision of apps, games and eBooks, content and services via the store.
These deals include several of the 'world's largest cell phone carrier and telecoms infrastructure companies' - with ten live now.
As a consequence, mobile Internet revenues grew 94 percent year on year to £4.9m and the board believes EBITDA in the first half ended 31 December 2011 will be around breakeven.