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Aug13 Issue: From Lemonade to Lucy to Coppa to Cookies

This issue is overflowing with genius editorials covering advanced marketing, new Coppa regulations app developers need to know, how to cash in on your app revenue with game offers, marketing with no money, phonegap, prototyping, communication lessons for developers, and tons more - you won't want to miss it!

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Mobile-app-direct-selling-advertisements-is-finally-opening-up

Mobile app direct selling advertisements is finally opening up


Monday, February 1, 2021 by

Cohorts, encrypted IDs, anti-trust, and privacy restrictions all make for a very hectic and complicated new world for digital ad tech, especially for the supply-side of mobile applications. Moving as protectionism, the big tech triopoly is working to keep their advertising and data wheels churning together; DSPs and Exchanges are working to keep the platforms privacy-ha...


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AIPowered protection for APIs


Thursday, June 20, 2019 by

The proliferation of APIs catalyzed by digital transformation initiatives is viewed as a virtual goldmine by hackers, who are hijacking tokens, cookies and keys, as well as targeting weaknesses in individual APIs. And all too often, static security controls fail to stop these attacks. Now, WSO2 and Ping Identity have partnered to protect APIs against cyber-attacks by co...


A-guide-to-ad-retargeting-responsibly

A guide to ad retargeting responsibly


Tuesday, August 7, 2018 by

Browse any website with ads, then load up your favorite mobile game and you might see advertisements from the searches you did on the website you were just on, now inside your game! How is this possible? It's called ad retargeting, or behavioral retargeting, and it's gone wild everywhere digital. How does ad retargeting work? There are actually a few ...


People-based-identity-management-gets-more-accessible-for-brands

People based identity management gets more accessible for brands


Thursday, February 15, 2018 by

Drawbridge and mParticle has announced a partnership that gives brands, developers, and publishers a simplified workflow to enhance their customer data by leveraging the Drawbridge Connected Consumer Graph.This integration simplifies the way brands can share and interact with their data for the purpose of creating custom people-based identity graphs that can be used for...


72M-data-points-collected-on-children-in-spite-of-COPPA

72M data points collected on children in spite of COPPA


Wednesday, December 27, 2017 by

New research released shows that adult ad technology is collecting vast amounts of personal data on kids while they’re spending time online. Behind the scenes of many kids apps and games, advertising technology built for adults captures more than 72 million data points on a child before they reach the age of 13. The findings were provided by SuperAwesome.SuperAwesome’s ...


First-annual-Cookie-Jam-on-Cookie-Day

First annual Cookie Jam on Cookie Day


Wednesday, November 29, 2017 by

Jam City, a Los Angeles-based mobile game developer, announced the first annual Holiday Cookie Jam. Holiday Cookie Jam is a cookie competition between social media superstars and sisters, Justine and Jenna Ezarik, as they vie to have their cookie recipe featured in Jam City’s hit mobile game, Cookie Jam.Starting today, viewers can vote for their favorite cookie recipe o...


How-iOS-11-will-hurt-developer-revenue

How iOS 11 will hurt developer revenue


Tuesday, October 10, 2017 by

With the new release of iOS 11, Apple has made a profound change to its Safari browser that is likely to affect users, advertisers, and, most dramatically, publishers. What’s at stake is a previously dependable source of revenue for content providers: third-party cookies. Browsers generate cookies for each URL a user visits, which, until now, could be spun off into thir...


Feedback-by-BugReplay-announced-for-Google-Chrome

Feedback by BugReplay announced for Google Chrome


Wednesday, August 23, 2017 by

BugReplay has announced the availability of “Feedback by BugReplay,” a bug reporting tool that helps users quickly and accurately submit detailed bug reports about website problems to customer support teams. Downloadable as a Google Chrome extension, Feedback creates a synchronized screen recording of a website user’s actions, network traffic, JavaScript logs and other ...


The-intersection-of-AR,-IoT,-and-Apps-in-the-legal-realm

The intersection of AR, IoT, and Apps in the legal realm


Thursday, April 27, 2017 by

In 2007 the Apple gave us the iPhone and Apps became the rage. While the term “Internet for things” was first coined 1999 by Kevin Ashton (one of the founders of the original Auto-ID Center at MIT), in 2013 the Global Standards Initiative on Internet of Things defined the term as “the infrastructure of the information society.” AR, or Augmented Reality, unlike virtual r...


10-reasons-to-hide-your-IP-address

10 reasons to hide your IP address


Wednesday, March 1, 2017 by

You have an IP address if you are reading this. Your IP (Internet Protocol) address is simply a series of numbers separated by dots (or octets) that represent where you are, or "what network" you are originating traffic from. Now, you might be behind a firewall - which means you have a NATed IP address, in fact all computers behind your NAT firewall will have the same p...


How-the-new-US-administration-will-effect-Internet-privacy

How the new US administration will effect Internet privacy


Thursday, February 2, 2017 by

NordVPN has observed a notable increase in inquiries immediately after the U.S. election and a stable growth of interest from Americans ever since.As the new U.S. President starts his four-year term, many wonder what will be the new policy on government surveillance of ordinary citizens. President Donald Trump, while being vague on his views concerning Internet privacy,...


Top-3-ways-to-grow-your-audience-with-Facebook-Analytics-for-Apps

Top 3 ways to grow your audience with Facebook Analytics for Apps


Thursday, December 15, 2016 by

We live in a digital world. We shop on our desktop computers, browse the web on tablets, play games on mobile, and interact with bots. We’re always on the go—at work, at home, even on vacation.    That means your ideal audience is out there, waiting to discover and enjoy your app and website or get in touch with you through your bot. To build gre...


Three-enterprise-app-providers-that-are-leveraging-social-media

Three enterprise app providers that are leveraging social media


Friday, October 28, 2016 by

Let’s face it. Social media has become an integral part of everyday life, enabling near-instant communication and updates with friends located around the globe. The ease at which people can quickly pick up and learn social media apps like Facebook, Snapchat, and Twitter has not gone unnoticed by the enterprise software community, and businesses have discovered that repl...


How-to-attract-more-premium-brands-to-inapp-programmatic-advertising

How to attract more premium brands to inapp programmatic advertising


Thursday, October 6, 2016 by

Marketers are finding great success with in-app programmatic advertising - most notably, those pushing app installs - yet many brands are hesitant to invest in the data-driven buys. A lack of education on the incremental value (or even concerns over brand safety) is holding brands back from investing fully in one of the most engaging environments available in advertisin...


Five-Common-Mobile-App-Security-Vulnerabilities--And-How-to-Fix-Them

Five Common Mobile App Security Vulnerabilities And How to Fix Them


Saturday, April 30, 2016 by

Mobile app security leaves much to be desired. That was the conclusion of a 2016 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) study which found that a staggering 96 percent of 36,000 mobile apps failed at least one of 10 privacy checks. Three years ago, a similar HPE study found that 97 percent of 2,000 apps reviewed held insecure private information. As mobile app usage conti...


Inversoft-CEO-Brian-Pontarelli-Discusses-New-Passport-SSO-User-Management-Platform

Inversoft CEO Brian Pontarelli Discusses New Passport SSO User Management Platform


Friday, December 11, 2015 by

We recently visited with Inversoft CEO Brian Pontarelli to talk about his company’s new Passport single sign on (SSO) user management solution that goes beyond standard single sign-on to support messaging in the user’s localized language, built-in analytics, and the ability to discipline/reward users (e.g. mute, ban, suspend, reward) based on activity.Brian is the found...


5-Things-for-Developers-to-Know-About-iOS-9

5 Things for Developers to Know About iOS 9


Tuesday, September 8, 2015 by

With the release of iOS 9 just around the corner, it’s crucial that app developers be proactive about what the release means for security, understand what will now be possible in terms of app thinning, and make the most of other improvements that will enhance user experience and/or increase user engagement. Here’s what I think are the most important things about iO...


Microsoft-Provides-Windows-COPPA-Support-for-App-Advertising-to-Kids

Microsoft Provides Windows COPPA Support for App Advertising to Kids


Wednesday, September 2, 2015 by

Microsoft is releasing COPPA support in its Dev Center to help developers define how to manage ads in apps whose primary audience is children.Beginning in September, developers can indicate if their app targets children under 13 as defined in the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). If a developer selects this option, Microsoft will disable its behavioral a...


Qt-Releases-New-Version-of-Its-Cross-Platform-Development-Environment

Qt Releases New Version of Its Cross Platform Development Environment


Wednesday, July 15, 2015 by

The newly released Qt 5.5 offers new functionality for the Qt cross platform development environment as well as a more simplified product offering structure. Among the top aspects of the release is the company’s preparation for Windows 10 functionality once it is officially released by Microsoft. Qt is currently running on top of the new WinRT APIs on Windows 8 and...


Qt-5.5-Release-Includes-Windows-10-Support-and-New-IoT-Functionality

Qt 5.5 Release Includes Windows 10 Support and New IoT Functionality


Friday, July 3, 2015 by

Qt has released Qt 5.5, the latest version of its cross-platform application and user interface (UI) development framework. Qt offers a C++ based framework of libraries and tools that enables the development of interactive and cross-platform applications and devices. This latest version extends support for multimedia and graphics creation with 3D capabilities as well as...


Microsoft-Azure-Team-Releases-Application-Insights-Windows-SDK-1.0.0

Microsoft Azure Team Releases Application Insights Windows SDK 1.0.0


Wednesday, July 1, 2015 by

The Microsoft Azure team has announced the release of Application Insights Windows SDK 1.0.0 which includes API changes to improve experiences and a number of stability and performance enhancing fixes.The SDKs provide a set of automatic telemetry capture out of the box. Getting started with Application Insights is as simple as integrating the SDK into an application and...


2015-Predictions-from-4-Mobile-Advertising-Thought-Leaders

2015 Predictions from 4 Mobile Advertising Thought Leaders


Wednesday, December 24, 2014 by

MobFox worked with a few companies in the industry to gather their thoughts on predictions for mobile advertising in 2015. Monetizing an app is hard work and no doubt, the forecast of what to expect in 2015 is something we all need to be watching for. Native advertising is here to stay, more winners than losers, programmatic buying, and added value are just a few highli...


The-Long-and-Winding-(Mobile-Media-Buying)-Road

The Long and Winding (Mobile Media Buying) Road


Thursday, November 13, 2014 by

App developers and mobile media buyers have long struggled with the maze that is mobile advertising – and for good reason. Vast amounts of ad space are sprawled out across hundreds of thousands of mobile apps, websites and games. There are several ways to buy media (RTB, ad networks, Google, etc.), numerous types of ads (video ads, rich media, native ads, display a...


Facebook-Releases-Atlas-Ad-Serving-Platform

Facebook Releases Atlas Ad Serving Platform


Tuesday, September 30, 2014 by

Facebook is launching its new Atlas ad serving platform which the company says will provide ad delivery as well as connect online ad impressions with offline purchases.They are calling the approach “people-based marketing” going beyond cookies to provide demographic targeting and measuring the customer purchase funnel across browsers and devices or into the offline worl...


New-Updated-Chrome-Apps-&-Extensions-Developer-Tool

New Updated Chrome Apps & Extensions Developer Tool


Friday, June 13, 2014 by

Last year, Google introduced the Chrome Apps & Extensions Developer Tool which improved upon the developer experience for debugging apps and extensions. The a new version of the tool has been released which allows developers to audit any app or extension and get visibility into the precise actions that it's performing.Once the Chrome Apps & Extensions Developer ...


Mobile-App-Privacy-Policy:-Do-You-Have-One

Mobile App Privacy Policy: Do You Have One


Saturday, February 22, 2014 by

What’s wrong with collecting personal information? In short – nothing. Commerce has always been about a mutually beneficial exchange; providing products and services in return for cash or an equivalent value exchange. New business models such as free-2-play or ad-funded content have accelerated the growth of the data-fuelled app economy. However the data collected ...


From-Lemonade-and-Lucy-to-COPPA-and-Cookies

From Lemonade and Lucy to COPPA and Cookies


Sunday, December 8, 2013 by

On July 1, 2013, the Child Online Privacy Protection Policy (“COPPA”) dramatically altered how we think about cookies Growing up as children in the US, our first taste of commerce involved selling lemonade in front of our house on a sweltering summer day, or wondering what justified the hefty price of 5 cents Lucy charged Charlie Brown for psychiatr...


App-Marketing-Done-Right:-How-to-Market-Your-App-in-Today

App Marketing Done Right: How to Market Your App in Today's Crowded App Stores


Wednesday, October 23, 2013 by

Most advertising industry long-timers remember the infographic that was the first to comprehensively detail the landscape of interactive advertising in a somewhat organized fashion. I remember seeing it and thinking “It’s getting a bit crowded in here.” Over the last decade, the era of the ad network has come – and almost gone. Around the turn of this century, prospect...


Apple-Starts-Rejecting-Apps-Using-Cookie-Tracking-Methods

Apple Starts Rejecting Apps Using Cookie Tracking Methods


Thursday, February 28, 2013 by

If you use cookie tracking in your apps for iOS be warned, Apple might reject your next update! Basically - if you use Safari in anyway (uiwebview or other web controllers) to initiate storing information into the browser cache (cookies) for advertising use or even app retrieval use (again using a web view) your app might be in danger of rejection. Alot of developers tu...


Want-some-free-Girl-Scout-cookies-Order-a-WaterField-case-or-bag

Want some free Girl Scout cookies Order a WaterField case or bag


Friday, February 22, 2013 by

San Francisco, California - WaterField Designs, a San Francisco manufacturer of laptop sleeves and designer bags and cases for digital gear, will ship a box of Girl Scout Cookies(R) with every U.S. domestic order received from February 22 to 29, 2013."We wanted to do something a little extra for our customers this month, so we're surprising them with cookies. The flavor...