Social mobile app directory Appolicious is debuting a new categories feature today, that adds custom taxonomy for both iOS and Android. Now, there are 1,400 individual categories for iOS apps on Appolicious and about 700 for Android apps listed on the app directory. It’s essentially Appolicious categorization on steroids.
Social mobile app directory Appolicious is deepening its integration with Yahoo today with the launch of ‘yap.appolicious.com,’ a website that to help people find an apps that run on Yahoo’s platform, and the re-launch and design of AndroidApps.com, a website that helps people find Android Apps. Earlier this year Appolicious announced a partnership with Yahoo to co-brand its Appolicious app… → Read More
I’ve been involved in the iPhone app industry since it first began in 2008 and I have to say that it has come a long way. I’ve seen it grow from a meager launch of 500 applications in the App Store to currently over… → Read More
One of the most commonly asked questions we get from both developers and industry outsiders is: how much money can I make developing apps? It’s a hard question to answer.
So we decided to conduct a survey. We asked for sale sdata from 124 developers that market applications ranging in price from 99 cents to $79.99. This survey was conducted on apps that ran the gamut of popularity, from wildly… → Read More
Fresh off the acquisition of AppVee, social mobile app directory Appolicious is releasing a few new features including a Facebook App, an Appo.me URL Shortener for links to apps, and a Twicker ad model, which allows users to view tweets and offers from sponsors on the site.
With the proliferation of mobile app directories on the web, it comes of no surprise that many are beginning to acquire each other and merge their content. Today Appolicious, a comprehensive iPhone and Android app directory with a social twist, is acquiring AppVee, a startup that provides in-depth and comprehensive video reviews of iPhone and Android applications on AppVee.com and … → Read More
Appolicious, a comprehensive iPhone and Android app directory with a social twist, has launched a compelling new feature today: the ability for users to create curated lists of iPhone apps and Android apps. The new feature, which is similar in some ways to Twitter’s list functionality, allows anyone to create lists of their favorite apps by category and lists are limited to five apps. Appolicious… → Read More
Appolicious, a comprehensive iPhone app directory with a social twist, is on a roll. The startup just raised $1.5 million in funding last week and is now launching a free iPhone app that compliments its web platform.
The Appolicious iPhone app will recommend apps for you based on ratings, reviews, comments and will also let users review and rate apps from the phone itself. Appolicious pulls in… → Read More
Appolicious, an online iPhone app directory, has raised $1.5 million in funding from Apex Venture Partners and James Crouthamel, the founder of Performics. The startup had previously raised $500,000 in seed funding from Apex.