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  • ironSource: Android Political Apps Grew in Q1 2016

    … Punch the Trump, Brutal Studio’s game, which allows users to fight “The Donald,” was downloaded more than 280,000 times in March and April. Other Trump games include Trump Dump, Donald Trump: Flappy Hair and Angry Trump. When looking at the entire Google Play store for Q1 2016 (not just politically themed apps), ironSource found that gaming…

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  • Unacast Looks to Monetize Its Location Data, Hires ironSource’s Cunningham as CRO

    … Unacast Looks to Monetize Its Location Data, Hires ironSource’s Cunningham as CRO April 6, 2016 by Annie Melton Leave a Comment Filed Under: News Beacon and proximity data company Unacast announced today that ad industry veteran Chris Cunningham, formerly the head of U.S. mobile for ironSource, is joining the company as chief revenue officer…

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  • Fastest Growing Android Apps in Q4 2015: Games, Photography, Shopping

    …, with the app doubling in downloads from 500,000 to one million in December. In a statement, Omer Kaplan, CMO and co-founder of ironSource, commented: The increase of Lite apps being developed by important players in the app industry is a clear identifier that this is a growing field with the potential to become a key factor in successfully accessing emerging…

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  • 11 Luminaries You Don’t Want to Miss at Street Fight Summit New York 2015

    … the changes he’s seen in his 16 years in ad-tech and how location influences ironSource’s services. Jason Richelson is the founder and chief strategy officer at ShopKeep, which began life as POS software provider and now offers hardware, payments, marketing, and analytics to SMB customers. Before ShopKeep, Richelson co-founded gourmet food and wine…

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  • Mobile Game Roundup: The Executive, Divide by Sheep and More

    … with friends after each game. Bike Life (Free on iOS, Android) – iM3 Gaming Studios, in partnership with recording artist Meek Mill, has released Bike Life on mobile devices. The endless riding game resembles games like Subway Surfers, as players swipe left and right to control their vehicle’s movement across three lanes and swipe up (including…

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