AppsFlyer Stock

appsflyer.comEnterprise Software / Sales & Marketing /​ AdtechFounded: 2011Funding to Date: $300MM

AppsFlyer is the operator of a mobile attribution and marketing analytics platform intended to make the marketing industry measurable.

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Management Team

Moshe Grimberg
Oren Kaniel
Reshef Mann
Eran Lefler
Ran Avrahamy
Chief Marketing Officer

Board Members

Anton Levy
Alex Crisses
Boaz Dinte
Qumra Capital

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News Highlights

AppsFlyer and Spindl Partner to Bridge the Gap Between Mobile and Web3 Marketing Data

Mobile measurement and attribution leader AppsFlyer has partnered with Web3-native marketing analytics platform Spindl to revolutionise the way marketers track and analyse user engagement. The partnership will combine mobile app data with on-chain Web3 metrics, enabling developers and marketers to access in-app data alongside on-chain Web3 metrics. The integration will be crucial for the gaming industry, providing a comprehensive view of user behaviour and revenue.

AppsFlyer Fortifies Privacy-Focused Analytics with devtodev Acquisition

AppsFlyer, a global leader in marketing measurement and data analytics, has acquired devtodev. This acquisition positions AppsFlyer as a pioneer in analytics within its newly developed Privacy Cloud Marketplace. The integration of devtodev is expected to provide advanced, unified data analytics to meet the growing demand in the industry, particularly from marketing and product teams focusing on retention and customer lifetime value.

AppsFlyer acquires oolo, developer of AI-powered user acquisition and monetization platform

AppsFlyer, an Israeli marketing measurement, attribution, and data analytics company, has acquired oolo, an AI-powered user acquisition and monetization platform developer. The all-stock deal is reportedly worth tens of millions of dollars. This comes as AppsFlyer aims to strengthen its product portfolio, with all of oolo's employees to be integrated into AppsFlyer.
Updated on: Jul 25, 2024


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