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Appscatter Group Plc LSE:APPS London Ordinary Share GB00BF54H884 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 17.25 0.00 01:00:00
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Software & Computer Services 0.95 -11.01 25.00 0.7 16
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 17.25 GBX

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28/10/2021
09:20
Appscatter Daily Update: Appscatter Group Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker APPS. The last closing price for Appscatter was 17.25p.
Appscatter Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 94,318,395 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Appscatter Group Plc is £16,269,923.14.
16/8/2019
18:07
typo56: I've no holding in APPS and can't imagine why I'd wish to have. Too many red flags for me. I'd probably be short, if someone would take it.
16/8/2019
11:15
sogoesit: Good info. typo. But difficult to debate with you when you make statements like: "Investments are all risks." Good luck with your APPS and other investments.
15/8/2019
15:04
typo56: When researching a company I'm interested in the Glassdoor reviews. Here's one for APPS. "Fake business. always late paying salaries." Former Employee - Anonymous Employee I worked at appScatter full-time Pros They dont really give a damn. Cons Salaries always been late. No job security. No managment. No product. Advice to Management Maybe you better give more damn.
03/8/2019
08:44
hazl: Sorry sogoesit....didn't see your reply till later. Had a good look at the two announcements early on. Never had a firm quite like it before! Odd sort of confidence about them. A mixed bag. But as I say,the outlook was upbeat,which is very important, so I have absolutely no idea what price they will open at in September if and when they relist! I think the going concern outlook, though, from an investors point of view is of note though.8-(
02/8/2019
07:31
hazl: appScatter Group plc (AIM: APPS), the app management and data intelligence platform, acknowledges that Airpush, Inc. ("Airpush"), a technology company specialising in app monetisation, has announced a partnership with Andromo B.V. ("Andromo"), the mobile app building platform for Android. appScatter announced its intention to acquire Airpush on 19 April 2019 (the "Acquisition"). 'Andromo is a premium app building platform where users can create professional native Android apps without writing a single line of code. The platform is used by over 800,000 users, with over one million apps built to date. It is estimated that 3% of apps on the Google Play Store were built using the Andromo platform. appScatter and Airpush intend to include the Andromo service as part of their single platform vision, subject to the completion of the Acquisition. Philip Marcella, appScatter CEO, commented: "To be able to include such an exciting and popular service into our new single platform is extremely satisfying. Alongside app management, market intelligence, monetisation solution; app development is a critical area that we want to offer our customer base. "Subject to the completion of the Acquisition, we can already look forward to providing a truly unique end to end service to the market." perhaps al l is not lost.....sogoesit
08/7/2019
09:00
sogoesit: I’m beginning to like this “private equity” share price action ;-))) Have a great summer, folks.
08/7/2019
07:50
hazl: AppScatter Group plc (AIM: APPS), the app management and data intelligence platform, is pleased to announce that it has signed a Joint Venture ("JV") Agreement with interarrows Inc., ("interarrows"), the Tokyo based on-demand internet consulting service, to help expand its Priori Data brand into the Asian market.
16/11/2018
12:08
hazl: Vindicated at last! The potential of APPS Appscatter is out there! A piece on Wired extols all the benefits and has pulled out even more than I could. To say I'm pleased is an understatement even in this difficult market. AppScatter’s data comes from three main sources. First, public ranking data, which shows where apps rank in app stores in terms of downloads. Second, sales and download information about competitors. And third, device data—who uses an app, where they use it, how often they use it—for 900 million apps across 3.5 billion devices. Big Changes and Big Results To make sense of the data, appScatter ....' 'Services depend on appScatter’s ability to track the massive quantities of data being produced by these apps. As machine-learning models mature and the app market grows, appScatter will have more opportunities to use AI to show developers how to improve their apps, and how those improvements might influence their companies’ direction, says Eggleston. “We’re coming up with new ideas all the time.” I thought there were a few positive trades lately after all this time!
16/11/2018
11:45
hazl: Vindicated at last! A must read from Wired! 'there are companies that offer app developers and publishers discrete services, like analyzing competitors or tracking advertising. But appScatter, a London-based app management company, is the only one that unites these services. “Human nature says that you’d rather go to one place than lots of different places,” says James Eggleston, appScatter’s Chief Technology Officer. The company processes 1.3 billion app instances daily. Its services include measuring app performance, understanding competitors’ successes, and ensuring brand consistency and regulatory compliance. Though appScatter is early in its journey with artificial intelligence, Eggleston says it is already using machine learning to productive ends. As apps continue to become more essential to brands, appScatter’s insights will not only shape apps themselves, but will also push companies to rethink their business strategies. AppScatter’s data comes from three main sources. First, public ranking data, which shows where apps rank in app stores in terms of downloads. Second, sales and download information about competitors. And third, device data—who uses an app, where they use it, how often they use it—for 900 million apps across 3.5 billion devices. Big Changes and Big Results To make sense of the data, appScatter uses a combination of .....'
07/6/2018
18:45
hazl: Thank you for reminding me about the Admission Document again it makes interesting reading..... 'appScatter ● appScatter is a B2B SaaS platform that allows clients to distribute and manage apps on multiple app stores ● After more than three years in research and development, appScatter has been revenue generating since January 2017. In the five month period ended 31 May 2017, the Group had invoiced sales totalling approximately £0.7 million ● In addition to over 800 Paying Users as at 31 July 2017, appScatter had, as at that same date, over It makes interesting reading......'8,000 businesses and individuals, who have registered their interest in using appScatter post launch via appScatter’s self-service web portal. The number of registrations of interest, from businesses spanning from individuals to SMEs and multinational blue chip enterprises, is currently increasing daily ● As at 31 July 2017, appScatter is tracking, on a daily basis, over 842 million app URLs from 7.2 million apps whilst monitoring 1.7 million active app publishers ● The Directors believe that there are currently no direct competitors to appScatter that offer a similar breadth of tools to those offered by appScatter. There are companies which offer some of the services provided by appScatter but these competitors typically cover only a handful of app stores and with only a portion of the services offered by appScatter'
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