Mihir Shah is out as CEO of the mobile ad network.
Tapjoy could be in hot water with Apple again, but first it’s going to war with Michael Arrington.
Tapjoy Reconnect motivates individuals to complete actions in exchange for rewards from mobile-app developers.
Sponsored Post Tapjoy chief executive Mihir Shah speaks to GamesBeat about his company’s trouble on iOS, huge success on Android, and multimillion dollar developer-funding efforts.
The leaders of Kontagent and Tapjoy detail how mobile game developers need real plans to gain audiences.
The two mobile firms plan to help game developers increase user engagement and monetization with its new partnership.
Restaurant and hospitality point of sale startup Breadcrumb has joined the Groupon family. The Chicago-based online couponing firm has acquired the New York-based startup, Groupon reported Tuesday in a blog post.
Tapjoy and PapayaMobile are announcing a partnership to create a new social marketplace for Android mobile app developers.
Guest Post [This piece was contributed to VentureBeat by Mihir Shah, CEO of mobile app company Tapjoy.]
Tapjoy had a run-in with Apple this spring. But the mobile monetization firm has recovered and is back on the expansion path. The latest sign: It’s just made a high-profile hire — Peter Dille, a former senior vice president of marketing at Sony’s PlayStation business.
Tapjoy has raised $30 million in a new round of funding for its app marketing and monetization business.
After Apple cut out a big part of Tapjoy‘s business, Tapjoy’s countermove was predictable. Today, the mobile monetization company is starting a $5 million fund to make it easier for app creators to shift their apps to the Android mobile operating system.