7/22/2013 11:39:11 AM
Chartboost Launches New Chartboost Store
Chartboost, virtual goods, backend service, monetize
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Chartboost Launches New Chartboost Store

Stuart Parkerson Stuart Parkerson in iOS Monday, July 22, 2013

Chartboost has launched its new Chartboost Store backend service.

Chartboost Store lets developers create a virtual goods store that looks and feels like the developer's game but is integrated with a real-time Chartboost dashboard where developers can add new content, change pricing and measure performance as they go.

The new store is in closed beta and Chartboost is inviting developers to sign up for the new service. The store currently supports iOS, Android, and Unity and beta users will have free access to the service for one year and for developers who join after beta the cost will be a 10% revenue share.

The company is betting that the store will help free to play game developers launch faster iterations and better monetize the app life cycle.

Read more: https://www.chartboost.com/

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