This kind of monitoring will provide a set of mobile applications from Google Play Store and iOS App Store that can be - accidental or intentional - associated with your brand. You can also find informations about your competitors, their app movement and will get closer look at the technologies they are using.


This type of service is most often used by business owners in the field of information technology as well as brand owners, whose sales channel is mobile applications.
There are several approaches to looking at the resulting monitoring data. Simply put, by tracking online platforms for distributing mobile applications, we give you the opportunity to take action against entities that seek to monetize your brand for their own benefit. This is done, for example, by intentionally creating duplicate applications with the same or similar name as your brand name. In addition, this service provides you with updated statistics and comparative analyzes of both platforms.
If your business model is not focused on online sales and online advertising through mobile applications, consider this service as additional.
After receiving the reference number, register on the web portal. After successful registration, the service will be activated for you. The first information outputs will be displayed after a few hours.


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    Milan's Symphony Orchestra Rebrands with Futurist Flair, Boosts Sales

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