Heyzap wants to help developers make money while helping people discover more games.
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Heyzap will give users something to brag about with achievements.
Heyzap gives players a reason to use its gaming discovery app: making it easy to find and play with friends.
Heyzap, a startup with a mobile social gaming network, is announcing today a way for mobile game developers to reach its network of millions of users.
Heyzap is launching a new applications programming interface (API) for its development tools for its social mobile gaming network that will deliver a lot more data on game usage.
Heyzap is expanding its offerings as a mobile platform provider. At first, it enabled users to “check in” to their mobile games to tell their friends what they’re playing. Now the company is analyzing the check-in data to offer free recommendations of Android games.
Our well-attended GamesBeat 2011 conference took place this week, and here’s what you missed.