My Dish, which offers a wealth of apps, services and other features for its users, lost $31.6 million in a single month in 2016, which equates to $100,000 per month in revenue, according to a blog post by the company.
That’s a drop in the bucket when you consider the app was in business for two years and the loss is only going to be worse in 2017.
The loss is part of a $3.4 billion net loss for the company that also includes a $300 million tax bill.
It is also the biggest revenue loss for Dish in any calendar year since 2012, when the company filed for bankruptcy.
This is bad news for the people who pay for Dish.
Dish customers have been getting a number of new and more robust features in the last few months.
One of the biggest additions is a new version of its My Dish app that now allows users to access their personal finances through their smartphones.
While that feature is only available for those who have Dish’s free and paid subscriptions, it also provides access to a number more services, including financial analytics and analytics for your food purchases, weather forecasts and more.
For now, the new My Dish option is only offered to Dish subscribers in the U.S. It also is available for some customers in Canada and Japan, though it’s not available for U.K. customers.
Other new features in My Dish include an automatic bill notification feature, a new My Account dashboard and a new account search.
Users can also access apps and apps can be used to manage their accounts and even add other accounts that can then be shared.
It will also allow users to create their own My Dish accounts and set up their own alerts.
Overall, the My Dish mobile app has received lots of attention from users and was recently named one of the top 10 apps of the year by users of the app on the app store.