We’re happy to announce that we have been selected by AlwaysOn to join OnMobile’s list of the 100 Top Private Companies for 2011. It’s a great list of companies and we’re
For Immediate Release Tapjoy Launches Pay-Per-Action™ Distribution Model for Android, iOS Applications; Analytics Partnership with Apsalar San Francisco, CA – February 9, 2011 – Tapjoy, Inc. (http://www.tapjoy.com), today announced the
With 2010 nearly in the books, we here at Apsalar wanted to take a few minutes to look forward to 2011. More specifically, we wanted to gaze into our crystal
I’m intrigued by a quote in Mashable’s post, “Mobile App Market to Grow to $35 Billion by 2014 [REPORT]“: “Mobile app developers will ‘appify’ just about every interaction you can
In recent weeks, a subtle shift has been taking place around the blogosphere. We’ve been talking monetization strategies for mobile apps for months, and now, it seems like developers, publishers,
I’ve been playing Angry Birds a lot lately. The other day, I was stuck in the most congested traffic, and I whipped out my iPhone, ultimately beating a level I’d been working on for days (Don’t worry, the car wasn’t moving. Much.). A few weeks ago, I bought Angry Birds Halloween, a special edition (for research, people. RESEARCH.). Around the same time, I sent no fewer than four emails about the Angry Birds Halloween costumes and/or stuffed toys.
We’re often asked our best guesses at the future of mobile monetization. Every developer wants to make money, but the results overall have been disappointing in terms of optimizing monetization.
We’ve talked a bit about why user-centric analytics are important, but you may be wondering what this information can do for you and your app. By taking one of our
ApFeedback and ApScience were the focal points of our launch at DEMO last week, and we’re getting ready to announce even more ApScience features next week at TechCrunch Disrupt. Before
Apsalar’s team is just back from DEMO Fall 2010 in Silicon Valley. In a whirlwind two days, we launched ApFeedback and ApScience, talked up the press, networked with a well-curated