Sensor Tower, the mobile App Store marketing expert, announced the acquisition of two new Android mobile apps late last week.
They are StayFree, a phone usage reminder app and ActionDash, which provides health data with a focus on privacy.
The company wrote that the purchases would bolster its data offering to improve accuracy across its analytics platform used by app developers to understand mobile consumer behaviour.
Sensor Tower is know to having previously developed its own mobile apps to support usage of data.
“From the beginning, we were impressed with StayFree’s secure and accurate mobile usage data, and ActionDash’s privacy-focused commitment to mobile health,” says Oliver Yeh, co-founder and COO at Sensor Tower.
“We’re excited to bring these technologies into Sensor Tower, and to work on delivering even more safe, accurate data on mobile usage to our customers.”
ActionDash does not collect user data directly and Sensor Tower has committed to continue this by providing only anonymised data.