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Introducing Flurry Push, a new tool for Mobile Developers to Target, Engage and Retain Users

Developers, we’ve heard your feedback, and today, we’re excited to introduce Flurry Push, a free offering from the new Flurry Marketing Suite that will enable you to send targeted messages to re-engage and retain users across Android and iOS. With Flurry Push, you can leverage the power of push notifications to effectively grow your business and drive revenue.

Hands on With The New Flurry Analytics

Throughout the last several months, the Flurry team has held several webinars featuring The New Flurry. Viewers were walked-through the complete functionality of the new portal, including recently released features, and were taught how to find the metrics that are most important to them.

As mentioned before, The Classic Flurry will be retired today, March 27th, and all Flurry functionality will be served by the new Flurry platform.

Check out the video below for a hands-on demo of The New Flurry, taken from one of our previous webinars.

Hands-On with the New Flurry Analytics Webinar

We conducted a webinar to highlight recently released features and how to get the most out of the new Flurry platform. Check out the video below to see how you can leverage the New Flurry to get actionable insights and grow your app. The recording includes an update on our transition plans, an overview of recently added features, a hands-on demo of the new platform by Product Director Brad Jones, and a Q&A session. Thanks to everyone that joined!

Check it out: Advancements to Flurry Analytics, Made Just for You

You asked for it, and today we’re happy to announce the addition of Crash 2.0 and Revenue Analytics to the Flurry Analytics Suite. At Flurry, we’re laser-focused on creating products that enable you and other developers around the world to build better applications. With the addition of Crash Analytics 2.0 and Revenue Analytics, Flurry Analytics is now the most comprehensive analytics suite available to developers worldwide, at any scale.

Flurry + Yahoo: The Next Chapter

Six years ago, during the worst financial crisis since the great depression, we started working with mobile app developers. They were “the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers.” At a time when many were questioning­­ the viability of the US economy, let alone the tech sector, these developers left stable jobs and started companies to build mobile applications. It was not easy. We know. We were there with them. Today, the story is quite different.