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Flurry: Women make 31% more in-app purchases than men

Women make 31 percent more in-app purchases than men, according to a recent report from Flurry. Following the surprise success of the game  Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, the analytics firm decided to dig deeper into gender differences across a variety of mobile gaming factors.

An in-depth analysis of M&A in mobile app analytics

It's not the kind of thing you can easily plot on a graph, depict in a chart or even list as a series of percentage points, but there has to be some way for developers to analyze what's happening in the mobile app analytics space. It may have started last year when Facebook acquired Onavo Insights, but over the past few months the pace of consolidation among those who collect and interpret data on all kinds of mobile apps has accelerated considerably. 

Developers analyze Yahoo's decision to buy analytics firm Flurry

Flurry's reports offer all kinds of information about future trends in the app market, but even Flurry's data scientists may not have seen this coming: an acquisition by Yahoo for a reported $200- $300 million.

Google I/O 2014: What developers think about the Google Fit rumors

With all the walking, standing in line, racing to grab a snack and lugging around backpacks, developers will be getting plenty of exercise when they attend  Google I/O. If the rumors about what's being launched are true, though, it's their app development strategies that may need to shape up.

Flurry: App downloads still spike at Christmas, but growth slows

It's become as predictable as turkey and mashed potatoes on Christmas Day: device activations spike, followed by a corresponding rise in app download volumes. According to the latest report from Flurry, however, developers may not want to count on the holiday season as a long-term engagement strategy.

Flurry: More developers with 1M monthly active users than ever before

We usually hear about the staggering growth stats of major apps from Facebook and Snapchat, but recently released data from Flurry indicates there's hope for developers who dream of amassing millions of monthly active users.

AppNation: App economy will double to $151B by 2017

Over the next four years, money flowing through mobile apps will reach $151 billion, or double the amount today, according to the first report published by AppNation. The conference producer surveyed 2,500 U.S. consumers and aggregated data from Flurry and others as part of its research.

Flurry data on paid iOS app decline doesn't surprise developers

The best things in life are free, and for the most part that includes mobile apps, according to a recent research report from Flurry. Last week, the analytics firm released a study that showed a sharp drop in the willingness of consumers to pay for downloads, partly in the iOS market, where 90 percent of the top apps are free.

Flurry: iOS app activity continues to dominate, but Android makes headway in emerging markets

The battle for smartphone market share between Apple and Google may not be all it seems, based on some recently published research from Flurry. The San Francisco-based mobile app analytics firm said it examined four years' worth of iOS and Android mobile ownership.

As game app makers search for more analytics, vendors rush in

All Lee Jacobson wanted was some answers--even if they were expensive to obtain--that would improve the games Atari was putting out. Instead, he felt like he was blind.