Deeplink is a coder-focussed deep linking platform for mobile apps with a wide set of in-built features to track inbound links and conversion rates. It’s documentation is made purposedly for people experienced in coding, and allows to track LTVs, analytics and routes taken by users who come to your app or website through deep linking.
Deeplink is easy to install, as it does away with an SDK entirely, and has in-built translation rules that allow standard URLs to be converted to deep-links without fear of mistake. Compatible on every platform, and all features are included in all versions of the software. Among the features are in-app retargeting features, Twitter Cards, custom fallbacks and engagement analytics.
- Free up to 30k clicks/month
- Scalable price plan dependant on volume
- Partnered with high profile clients like Shazam and TechCrunch
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