The potential prediction models that can be built on top of the Shared2you data are very exciting.
Eden Prairie, MN (PRWEB) March 11, 2014
Shared2you, creators of Powerslyde, a social way to share and discover great mobile applications, has just announced a key strategic partnership with the world’s top non-profit, educational mobile data group.
The Mobile Innovation Group is interested in:
- Quantitative and qualitative studies of developers as entrepreneurs and innovators
- Monetization strategies in mobile applications, and
- Evolution of the two major mobile platforms and effects on developers
“We believe the data available from Shared2you could help advise app developers about product design and the true nature of market competition. In addition, Shared2you could advise VC’s, firms looking to acquire apps, and developers about what drives a user to search their friends apps,” says Pai-Ling Yin, PhD, Social Science Research Scholar, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. “Because Shared2you captures the real time movement of the app economy, we believe there is great value in capturing the changing interest in user sentiment, in real time. The potential prediction models that can be built on top of the Shared2you data are very exciting.”
“We are extremely excited to participate with Stanford University and the Mobile Innovation Group. This groundbreaking look at how the mobile app ecosystem evolves is very exciting,” says Shared2you CEO, Brett Bauer.
About Shared2you, Inc.
Shared2you, LLC is an Eden Prairie, MN based company that provides mobile applications, mobile analytics and data to consumers, application developers, ad networks worldwide. Since 2013, Shared2you has consistently delivered unique and valuable mobile application discovery, data and insights. Shared2you is privately held.
For more information, visit http://www.shared2you.com.
Contact: Peter Ferioli, peter(at)shared2you(dot)com, 650-798-7510
About Mobile Innovation Group
The Mobile Innovation Group studies how mobile platforms enable a new set of entrepreneurs and innovative ideas to emerge. MIG is interested in quantitative and qualitative studies of developers as entrepreneurs and innovators. The research of MIG also focuses on monetization strategies in mobile applications and the evolution of the two major mobile platforms.
For more information visit http://mig.stanford.edu.
Contact: Tim Jaconette, timothyj(at)stanford(dot)edu