We’re very excited to partner with AOL to bring app search and recommendations to TUAW’s users
Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 23, 2011
AppTap (http://www.apptap.com), the leading app discovery and app advertising network for iPhone, iPad and Android apps, today launched a partnership with AOL’s The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) to integrate its app search and contextual recommendation engine. Today’s launch is part of a broader AOL agreement, enabling any AOL site to use the AppTap platform.
TUAW joins over 20 leading online media properties using AppTap’s app discovery platform to deliver contextual app recommendations and app search, boost user engagement, and drive revenue. The partnership also adds a major new partner to AppTap’s app advertising network (AppTap Ads), which helps app developers effectively promote their apps. Earlier today, AppTap officially opened AppTap Ads to all app developers.
“We’re very excited to partner with AOL to bring great app search and recommendations to TUAW’s users,” said Matt Callaway, CEO of AppTap. “We’re committed to helping consumers find and share great apps, and enabling app developers to reach those consumers. This partnership represents a major step forward in our mission, and a great win for consumers and app developers.”
Readers of AOL’s The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW.com) will have access to AppTap’s powerful app search engine, contextual app recommendations, and expert reviews. By connecting through Facebook, users will also be able see, share and rate apps with their friends.
AppTap Ads helps app developers reach a large and targeted audience of iPhone, iPad, and Android app consumers across a network of premium sites using AppTap’s app discovery platform. AOL’s TUAW.com joins other leading content sites partnered with AppTap, including Cult of Mac, DroidForums.net, TiPb.com, and AndroidTapp. AppTap also recently announced a partnership with Sprint, where AppTap will be powering an Android app discovery experience on Sprint.com.
AppTap is showcasing its app discovery and ad platform at TechCrunch Disrupt May 23-35 in the New Atlantic Ventures pavilion in Start-Up Alley.
AppTap (http://www.apptap.com) is the leading provider of app discovery and marketing solutions for online publishers, bloggers and app developers. AppTap’s app discovery platform is a turnkey, white label solution, providing web publishers, bloggers and carriers a compelling content offering that boosts user engagement and revenue. Over 20 leading online media sites and Sprint have signed deals with AppTap to use its app discovery and search platform. AppTap Ads, which launched May 2011, enables app deveopers to market their apps to a targeted audience of app consumers across AppTap’s partner network. AppTap is backed by Reston, VA based New Atlantic Ventures. For more information visit http://www.apptap.com.
About TechCrunch Disrupt
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