Appsgeyser

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AppsGeyser
Type Private
Industry Technology, Mobile app
Founded 2011
Founder(s) Vasily Salomatov, Oleg Grebenuyk
Headquarters Alexandria, VA, United States
Area served Worldwide
Employees 30+ (2011)
Website www.appsgeyser.com

AppsGeyser is a free online platform that enables web publishers, video channels and radio programs to create custom mobile applications for Android.[1] All Android apps developed through AppsGeyser’s platform can be distributed and exchanged online, through the AppsGeyser App Marketplace or in the Android Market (Google Play Store).[2]

The AppsGeyser Android app creation platform has 2 steps to create an app, and most apps can be created in under five minutes.[3] Distribution and monetization options are offered within the platform [4] and the AppsGeyser Blog focuses on giving app makers How-To and App Marketing advice. It also offers users the ability to create apps by calling a web service through the Appsgeyser API.[5]

Company[edit]

Founded in January 2011 by Vasily Salomatov and Oleg Grebenuyk,[6] Appsgeyser is a subsidiary of the company Besttoolbars (which was founded in 2003 as a branch of Softomate.) The Company employs over 30 people worldwide. AppsGeyser is based in Alexandria, VA with R&D in Russia.

Growth[edit]

  • Launched January 25, 2011
  • Reached 1 million Android app installations[7] by April 14, 2011
  • 29,000 apps created on platform by the June 2, 2011 [8]
  • 1,000,000 daily app users by the July 21st, 2011[9]
  • 100,000 apps created on platform by the January 14th, 2012
  • Reached 50 mln installations by the June 4th, 2012
  • 100 mln installations and 4 billions ad impressions by Oct 2012
  • 500,000 apps created by July 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alex Stone, "Programmable Web", 15 June 2011, "Source1", 30 August 2011
  2. ^ Hillel Fuld, "Inneractive Blog", 4 July 2011, "Source2", 30 August 2011
  3. ^ Martin Bryant, "The Next Web", 25 February 2011, "Source3", 30 August 2011
  4. ^ Kyle S, "The Droid Guy", 27 April 2011, "Source4", 30 August 2011
  5. ^ Sarah Perez, "Read Write Mobile", 29 April 2011, "Source5", 30 August 2011
  6. ^ Dusan Belic, "IntoMobile", 17 January 2011, "Source5", 30 August 2011
  7. ^ Aiza Mabayag, "AppsGeyser – The Fastest Growing Free Android App Creation Platform Reaches 1 Million Installs", 14 April 2011, "[1]", 20 August 2013
  8. ^ Mini Swamy, "AppGeyser Achieves Milestone with DIY Android App", 2 June 2011, "[2]", 20 August 2013
  9. ^ Zeeshan Khalid, "Create Android App For Website Blog with AppsGeyser", 25 December 2011, "", 21 August 2013

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