Last activity: 13.02.2015
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Mobile native advertising. Done right. Let's kill the banners!
Location: United States, California, Sunnyvale
Employees: 11-50
Total raised: $3.6M
Founded date: 2010

Funding Rounds 1

DateSeriesAmountInvestorsDeal News
30.05.2011Series A$

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18.04.2014App Search Engine Quixey Acquires Competing Service Kite.ioMobile app search engine Quixey, backed by $75 million from Alibaba, Innovation Endeavors, Translink...techcrunch...
11.03.2014Appsfire Launches ‘Sashimi’, A New Native Mobile Ad Unit For...Advertising tech company Appsfire is rolling out a new ad unit, Sashimi. Like its previous units, th...techcrunch...
11.03.2014“Mobile ads suck” – Appsfire rolls out in-stream ad unit Sas...Most advertisements are irritating, but there’s something about mobile ads that make them
23.01.2014Tapstream Is Making Mobile Ads Smarter With “Deferred Deep L...Mobile consumers today are becoming used to ads that redirect them to the App Store to install appli...techcrunch...
19.12.2013Appsfire’s First Ad Unit ‘Ura Maki’ Is iAd Done RightLast week, app discovery startup Appsfire surprised everyone by removing its apps from the App Store...techcrunch...
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