Mihir Shah is out as CEO of the mobile ad network.
Taptica will give developers $2,500 worth of app promotion in a deal with indie game marketing company Selfpubd.
Tapjoy could be in hot water with Apple again, but first it’s going to war with Michael Arrington.
Flurry generated more than 100 million video views in August for its video ad network service. And those ads are proving to be effective at getting users to install new apps.
Mobile analytics firm Flurry announced a new mobile app advertising platform called Flurry AppSpot.
Tapjoy and PapayaMobile are announcing a partnership to create a new social marketplace for Android mobile app developers.
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.