Cheetah Mobile

  • Cheetah Ads Debuts, Racing to Make Mobile Ads Smarter Through AI

    Mobile app and content developer Cheetah Mobile has taken the wraps off its rebranding today, and is showing off the renewed focus of its mobile ad business. Cheetah Ads puts a different moniker on something familiar — it renames the Cheetah Ad Platform business. But more importantly, the move is intended to unify elements of the company, in particular utility apps and mobile ...

    Street Fight- 25 readers -
  • Mobile Game Roundup: Vertigo Racing, Head of State and More

    … to form ties with groups like the Police and the Church. Finally, the game will present users with random events that can change their campaigns. In addition to these new releases, here are some of the previously released mobile games that have come to new platforms. Brasingo from Caleta Gaming – Free on iOS; previously released for free on Android. The game is also available to play for free on Facebook. Badland 2 from Cheetah Mobile and Frogmind – Free on Android; previously released on iOS ($3.99). …

    Inside Facebook- 33 readers -
  • Brazil, Mexico, U.S. Have Most Competitive Android App Markets (Infographic)

    … Mobile advertising platform Cheetah Ad Platform released an infographic detailing the competition in Android application development around the world. Cheetah Ad Platform analyzed data from 52 million Android smartphone users and found that the average worldwide user uses 27 smartphone apps on average per month and uses apps 39 times…

    AllFacebookin Mobile- 17 readers -
  • FanDuel, Games Dominate Early Instagram Advertising

    … to the wrong devices, such as the example pictured below, in which an ad for the Cheetah Mobile Android app was served to an iPhone. Sensor Tower said in a blog post: This delivery issue could be due to the fact that some users may have multiple devices (iOS and Android), so Instagram may simply send the ad to the device that was active upon registration…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social- 16 readers -
  • WARNING: Facebook Color Changer App Will Only Turn Victims Bright Red

    … What's wrong with Facebook blue, anyway? The promise of changing the colors of users' Facebook profiles is once again being used to bait victims of the scam into installing malware, according to Cheetah Mobile. The phishing site has two ways or attacking consumers. The first is stealing the users' Facebook access tokens by asking them to view…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social- 28 readers -