The company behind six successful free-to-play mobile games will earn more than a billion dollars by the end of this year. The numbers are reported by Apptica - App Analytics Platform. According to
In September, the App Store is dominated by Chinese applications. Two of the top three apps by downloads are available only in China, as for the third one, China generates 99,8% of
The last days of summer is the time to fight procrastination before the new school year to arrive. Students and teachers all over the world are looking for some energy to start their
A category five storm - Hurricane Dorian - slammed Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas on September 1. The second most powerful Atlantic storm ever recorded then made landfall in North Carolina on
The problem of copying has probably existed since the very first occurrence of creativity - in every industry there always are people willing to get rich quick and not to make much effort.
In April 2019, a Facebook spokesperson announced that Instagram will hide likes on user posts. The news was declared at Facebook's annual developer conference, F8, in San Jose. "We are testing this because
The US is no longer the advertising leader in gaming category - over the last month, Hong Kong ranks first. According to Apptica Ad Intelligence, from June 11 to July 11 among the
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Creative Director for Playable Ads at Wooga, Tim Shepherd, told Apptica about his experience in creating interactive ad, shared some tips on how to boost conversion of playables, and confided the way to
Top mobile publishers are facing the Middle East more than ever, according to Mobile Ad Analytics platform Apptica. One of the trends of 2019 in mobile advertising is a focus that is shifting
When it comes to mobile, Latin America is one of the fastest-growing markets. According to GSMA research on LATAM and the Carribean, in 2018, 68% of the population has mobile subscription (against 59%