Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB) December 13, 2013
Japanese mobile advertising leader, Adinnovation, announced the release of HITRACKING, a new mobile app and ad tracking solution available today. HITRACKING brings in-depth mobile app and advertising tracking across multiple platforms and ad networks with a single SDK.
“We have completely submerged ourselves in the vast, thriving mobile market here in Japan,” said Ryoma Hosokawa, Adinnovation Operation Manager. “We believe that in-depth tracking and analysis is vital to the success of launching mobile apps and ad campaigns, and that is why we are releasing HITRACKING to the world.”
Adinnovation HITRACKING aims to make total mobile app and ad tracking easy and painless to integrate. With a single SDK, HITRACKING can save valuable development resources, make adding new ad networks a breeze, and give invaluable insights into the use of mobile apps. With HITRACKING analysis and reporting features, mobile application developers can easily track app monetization.
Pricing & Availability
HITRACKING is available today. To celebrate the product launch, Adinnovation is offering HITRACKING free of charge until February 2014.
Pricing after February 2014 will be tiered-based and depend on the amount of monthly requests received. All pricing tiers will include full HITRACKING functionality.
HITRACKING currently offers a dashboard interface in English, but Adinnovation is planning to implement Russian, Spanish, Korean, and Chinese dashboard support in the near future. There are also plans to implement more in-depth cost reporting features.
To learn more about HITRACKING, please visit: http://hitracking.net/.
About The Adinnovation
Established in 2010, Adinnovation is a leading company in the smartphone advertising industry. Adinnovation specializes in smartphone application and mobile advertising marketing promotion, implementation, management, tracking, and media site monetization. The company has begun expanding to Europe, America, Southeast Asian and several other countries after having raised $1.6M in a round of Series A venture capital funding.