With mobile data plans getting increasingly convoluted, bandwidth monitoring apps have practically become a necessity to avoid steep overage charges. Now, you can track your bandwidth with style.
Everyone wants to have a piece of the mobile pie, but which venture capitalists are actually succeeding?
App developers love to tout download and engagement figures, but it’s often tough to verify their (sometimes padded) claims. Onavo aims to change that with the launch of Onavo Insights, a new mobile market intelligence platform
In the battle between made-up consumer holidays, it looks like Black Friday still reigns supreme on mobile devices.
Onavo, the creator of popular data compression apps for the iPhone and Android, has just launched a new app to help you track apps that are eating up your cellular data.
The rising popularity of mobile shopping apps is leading to entirely new consumer behaviors, according to a joint report by mobile data compression company Onavo and IDC.
Guest Post If you are a struggling artist or developer working on the next great mobile app, you need a strategy for drawing in users. Keep in mind that buying traffic to convert to users doesn’t always add up. Developing for the mobile platform is vastly different from e-commerce, where the potential average revenue per user (ARPU) is considerably smaller, and in many cases non-existent. At the same time, there’s a limited amount of advertising inventory, and discoverability remains poor…
One of the great things about Onavo, the hot mobile app that compresses your iPhone’s data, is that most of its magic happens in the background. But while that makes Onavo a breeze to use, it also makes it easy for users to forget that they’re receiving the benefits of the app.
Onavo, a company known for its iPhone app that shrinks mobile data, announced today that it has raised an additional $10 million in a second round of funding from Horizons Ventures and Motorola Mobility Ventures.
Now Android users will have an even better sense of just how much precious bandwidth their apps are using.
We chose 16 mobile startups to take part in our MobileBeat 2011 startup competition today, but only two could win our coveted Tesla prize.