How much money are magazine publishers making from Apple’s new iOS Newsstand store? UK firm Future has provided some hard figures as part of its latest financial results.

The company has notched up six million downloads of its magazine apps in the month since Newsstand went live, generating $1 million of revenues, according to The Guardian. 22% of downloads came in the UK, with 38% in the US and another 40% from elsewhere in the world.

It’s a bright spot in some otherwise miserable results, with the company reporting a £19.3 million annual loss for its last financial year, thanks in part to the sluggish performance of its US division.

Apps look set to play a big role in the company’s attempted turnaround there, though. “We are migrating the US business to a predominantly digital model and have taken steps to de-risk remaining print properties,” the company says in a statement.

Mags doing well on Newsstand so far for Future include MacLife, T3, Total Film, Fast Car and Edge, according to the report.