111109_flickhomerun2.jpgEvery week, Gamasutra rounds up the top-grossing iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad applications, as current that day in the iTunes App Store. This week's U.S. revenue charts see Flick Home Run and Poker by Zynga earning top iPhone sales, while DragonVale and Smurfs' Village remain big sellers on the iPad.

These charts allow end users to see who is making the most money on the App Store that day. It differs significantly from the Top 10 Games chart, which is ranked by sales, and therefore is dominated by lower-priced titles that sell more copies.

Data comes courtesy of Apple's public sales information. All titles in the App Store's "Games" category are considered in chart rankings.

This week's top-grossing iPhone titles are:

1. Flick Home Run ($0.99)
2. Poker by Zynga (Free)
3. DragonVale (Free)
4. Card Ace: Casino (Free)
5. Texas Poker (Free)
6. Angry Birds ($0.99)
7. High Noon (Free)
8. Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation ($6.99)
9. Tap Pet Hotel (Free)
10. Crime City (Free)

Infinity Pocket's Flick Home Run has seen a rapid rise in popularity over the last week, and overtakes last week's chart leader Poker by Zynga to become the current highest-grossing title in the App Store.

Zombieville USA 2 drops out of chart range after an impressive recent debut, while Backflip Studios' DragonVale moves up several spots to land at third place in today's results.

Here are this week's top-grossing iPad applications:

1. DragonVale (Free)
2. Smurfs' Village (Free)
3. Tap Pet Hotel (Free)
4. Card Ace: Casino HD (Free)
5. Angry Birds HD ($4.99)
6. Tap Zoo (Free)
7. My Country (Free)
8. Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation ($6.99)
9. Poker by Zynga (Free)
10. WELDER ($1.99)

DragonVale and Smurfs' Village capture the top two spots in today's iPad revenue chart, while last week's highest-grossing title Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation lands at eighth place following a sudden decline in popularity.

Pocket Gems' Tap Pet Hotel and Self Aware Games' Card Ace: Casino HD report steady microtransaction sales, as Ayopa's recently released word game WELDER makes its first chart appearance at tenth place.