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We’re proud to announce we’ve just released our brand new website. We’ve worked hard to make it simple and better focused on our core mission, which is simply to make better ads for the mobile app industry [summarized in our new signature “Native and Innovative”]  but also to provide a better understanding of the wide range of services, activities and contribution we provide to the developer community and that are part of our daily activity at Appsfire

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We’re involved in many initiatives and there was no one real place to really capture all of that in a consistent way. This new website should do the job.

Appsfire Better Ads for Better Mobile Apps[...]Read more

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We are introducing a new update to Appsfire today with the App Pulse, a unique (and exquisite) source for the hottest and breaking news from the App Store as they happen.

Check out the left panel, a new tab called the App Pulse just appeared! Open it, and you will be the first to know about new apps from awesome developers, major new versions of your favorite apps, deals that nobody should miss, and lots more.

Apple launches a new app? Boom! get to know about it right away. Waze is about to get acquired by Google? Boom! be first to know about it Snapchat is launching a fix to its buggy version? Boom! get your fix [well, when they do it...]

Every time you see an orange little dot on the header, it means something hot [...]Read more

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With all the commotion and confusion (cf. the appgratis case, Appshopper last year), we wanted to reiterate and clarify how Appsfire works. Some have raised legitimate questions about us and our future, while others will also start imagining things. First and foremost, let’s review what Appsfire is all about:

The Appsfire app is a non-paid app discovery service. 100% of the apps we recommend within our app are not ads. We built a solution with users in mind, over three years, with four major iterations.

Appsfire makes a living out providing developers with marketing services. Promoting third-party apps is one of them. When we promote an app, we do so in demarcated sections of our app, clearly marked as “promoted”. Users can act on [...]Read more