Chartboost Store features in-app purchasing, analytics

07/11/2013 | TechCrunch

Mobile game cross-promotion network Chartboost is debuting a back-end service for in-app purchasing called Chartboost Store. The service "will make it easier for studios to add new items and pricing on the fly, instead of having to go through a time-consuming update process," Kim-Mai Cutler writes. The store includes analytics that should be especially appreciated by small-game developers, Cutler notes. The beta version is free, but the company will charge 10% of revenue when the full version launches later in 2013.

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