iOS and Android App Promotion

Appflood is a 100% transparent cross-promotion network that allows iOS and Android developers to see and control every aspect of monetization and distribution. AppFlood also features multi-dimension analytics and ad network mediation
AppFlood employs a unique many-to-many approach to user exchange. Instead of finding similar apps and negotiating terms yourself, AppFlood automatically finds the right apps and manages the exchange for you. Simple default settings guarantee 1-for-1 install exchange and can be setup in minutes. Advertisers never pay for false clicks or impressions. Some features include:

  • Full campaign control including daily budgets and max bid price per install
  • Manage unlimited campaigns per app and optimize through split A/B testing
  • Target campaigns by country, language, OS version, device type, and app category
  • AppMatch™ technology optimizes your ad placements for max conversion rates
  • Super lite SDK or Server-to-Server available

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Appflood News
  • Papaya Mobile goes public and announces global expansion of mobile advertising services Posted on May 25, 2016 by Anne Freier " She adds that Baidu was of particular importance in establishing Papaya Ads (formerly AppFlood) and expanding the company China-wide.
  • How to run a PR campaign for your app Posted on November 05, 2015 by Artyom Dogtiev How three app PR launches completely nailed it (while one wildly popular app surprisingly flopped)- Richard O'Connell from AppFlood covers case studies for threepopular apps that got press coverage as a result of a successful PR campaign and one that did not.
  • Mobile utility apps with largest mobile advertising spend in Q1 2015 Posted on May 28, 2015 by Anne Freier Mobile advertising platform AppFloodfound that mobile ad spendingfor utility apps accounted for 60% of all mobile spending during Q1 2015.
  • The Top Mobile Ad and App Marketing Trends in 2015 Posted on December 16, 2014 by Christopher Reynolds Chris Hanage, general manager Europe, Papaya Mobile and AppFlood Programmatic on non-programmatic We see an increasing trend next year to be advertisers using a programmatic approach to non-programmatic media.
  • The Big List of Mobile Game Development Tools, Engines, Guides and Resources Posted on October 31, 2014 by Christopher Reynolds Appia - Venture-Funded cross promotion network that reaches over 1m paid downloads per week Appflood - Commission-Free cross promotion exchange offering a range of high impact formats NativeX - mobile user acquisition platform offering managed campaigns and CPI-based business models appOptim - promote your app over Whatsapp and other social networks and messaging platforms using this SDK InstaZebra - Allows you to promote your app on Instagram using rich media ads Jampp - App Promotion Network offering fixed CPI (cost per install) pricing models and managed campaigns using their own proprietary technology Appnext - Cross Promotion network that enables monetization or exchange of installs for iOS, Android and HTML5 Classic iOS title Infinity Blade, developed with Unreal Engine Applifier - App promotion network that works by delivering a user to your app everytime your app delivers a user to another developer – with no fees involved.
  • Chris Hanage, Appflood GM Europe on the Appflood Android App Affiliate Network Posted on October 14, 2014 by Jamie Giggs In this interview AppFlood's GM for EuropeChris Hanage, talks about the new Appflood Affiliate Network, what it offers advertisers and publishers and how it sets itself apart from the competition.
  • How To Make Money Like a Chinese Mobile Super Affiliate Posted on September 29, 2014 by Appindex So what can affiliates in other countries learn from the impressive achievements of Chinese super affiliates? The secret to the success of affiliates from China is primarily due to the emergence of several high-quality networks, located in China but catering to global affiliates, such as AppFlood, Avazu, and Yeahmobi.
  • Tapdaq: Indie devs are being "left behind" by app marketing companies Posted on September 12, 2014 by Christopher Reynolds Unlike similar cross-promo platforms such as Chartboost and Appflood, Tapdaq eventually plans to work on a freemium model by giving developers the option to buy virtual currency with real cash, as well as earning currency by generating installs for other devs (at the moment the option to buy currency has not rolled-out).
  • P2p mobile ad exchange Tapdaq closes $1.4m seed round Posted on September 04, 2014 by Christopher Reynolds Other network such as Appflood and Chartboost offer cross exchange platforms, which also let developers trade users for free (we actually quizzed Chartboost CEO Marie Alegre about rising CPIs in our recent Q&A), but Tapdaq is making a concerted effort to target indie devs, asking them to “collaborate” with each other rather than compete with the big boys.
  • AppFlood Q2 Report Shows Importance of Asian Markets for Android Advertising Posted on August 05, 2014 by Jamie Giggs AppFlood has released its second data report of the year that interprets the current state of the Android advertising market based on the revenue and traffic data acquired from their network.
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