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Most likely no. A single business plan is enough. The key is to make sure that what you actually wrote is good. And if you are a first time entrepreneur, you have little way of verifying whether what you planned will actually play out. This is where you have toget advice of experts to go over your plan.
I have done exactly this with my business. I originally made mobile apps for entrepreneurs. You can find a number of them on Problemio.com - but after that I wrote books based on the apps, started a YouTube channel, made online courses and started coaching people. I completely self-branded as a business coach/expert, and have turned it into a business. I can explain exactly what I did if you want to have a conversation about it.
Yes you should certainly have a business plan just to get the other parts of your business model working right, and to organize your own ideas. The important things to get right will be how you will market the app and get a large volume of downloads.
I actually made a video on how to write a business plan for a mobile app which may be very pertinent to your question:
Because mobile apps are innovative, many things are unknown (not just monetization) so it is more difficult to plan than traditional businesses. Nevertheless, you have to get 3 parts very right:
1) Building a product that will be competitive within the niche you choose
2) Eventual monetization
3) How you will get hundreds of thousands or millions of downloads (yes that many!)
I hope that was helpful. Is that the kind of an answer you were looking for?