Xyo debuts an ad program that helps apps get discovered in a contextual way.
Google Play has better search than the iOS app store, but Apple has better app discovery and content curation. It’s also much better at helping users evaluate app options, but trails the Amazon app store in a key usability score.
Fresh off of a new $50 million round of funding, the mobile app search engine Quixey is releasing its first app for consumers.
What started out as an intriguing startup notion a few years ago — a mobile search engine that can find apps using natural language — has now raised a total of more than $74 million.
Xyo’s idea for app search is to move away from a very literal keyword search model to a model based more on activity and intention — think Google.com versus Google Now.
Ask.com and app discovery engine Quixey have signed a deal that will see explicit app search capabilities embedded within a major search engine for the first time.
Xyologic is unveiling an Android mobile app search engine — the first of its kind to be designed for finding games.
With its latest iPhone app, the mobile app search company Chomp has delivered a stylish new redesign that not only looks good, but will also help you easily find new and interesting apps.
App search service Quixey has just sealed a deal for $3.8 million to power its growth and develop new partnerships.
Quixey, a new startup that’s developing a search engine dedicated to apps, announced today that it will also make life easier for developers by giving them an easy way to manage their apps across multiple stores.
Finally, it looks like searching for apps on your smartphone will go from a terrible experience to a pretty good one.