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Appscatter Gro. LSE:APPS London Ordinary Share GB00BF54H884 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 19.50p 19.00p 20.00p 19.50p 19.50p 19.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.9 -6.3 11.0 1.8 17.42

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/11/2018
13:24
Some people seeing value............
hazl
28/11/2018
16:01
RNS has gone down well...
barvin
28/11/2018
08:27
'The combination of appScatter's mobile app data and IHS Markit's extensive knowledge of the app economy will deliver deeper insight into market opportunities. The agreement marks appScatter's first major collaboration with an information services business, with app performance and market sizing data to be cited in the IHS Markit Games Intelligence Service, as well as relevant press activity.' Yes ....
hazl
28/11/2018
07:37
New revenue stream announced today.
sogoesit
26/11/2018
19:15
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/NASDAQ/ADVFN_TEST/share-news/Apples-App-Store-Under-Fire-in-Supreme-Court-Case/78759287
hazl
16/11/2018
16:26
It seems one of Priori’s clients, a large European car manufacturer, is already using it's services.
hazl
16/11/2018
16:24
...in some things perhaps.....8-)
hazl
16/11/2018
16:16
Good luck. You know better than little ol me.
typo56
16/11/2018
15:50
'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.'
hazl
16/11/2018
15:47
I'm sorry you're flustered . As you had posted the site there was no need for me to, I happily put it onto the sha thread. There was great content there for anybody unbiased and I read it with interest. You have been consistently negative on this share and were so quick to tread on this positivity today, I can only assume you're either short, or paid in some way to deramp or you'd have better things to do right? This company have attracted some big players; I still believe in them or I would have sold out long ago. What would I rather take notice of.... real facts or little ol you?
hazl
16/11/2018
12:34
Right. As long as we understand it's marketing fluff, not editorial. Without going to the site, how would I have known?
typo56
16/11/2018
12:33
If you don't advertise people don't know you exist! Well done Wired!
hazl
16/11/2018
12:10
Come on typo isn't most of marketing like that? In this instance I think the content is the important bit.
hazl
16/11/2018
12:08
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!
hazl
16/11/2018
11:53
Hmm, if it's such a "must read" you could have posted us the link. You weren't worried that we might see it was "Partner content" were you? Who wrote it? How much did they pay Wired to feature it? hTTps://www.wired.com/brandlab/2018/11/appscatter-powers-app-management-ai/
typo56
16/11/2018
11:45
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 .....'
hazl
16/11/2018
11:39
HEY https://www.wired.com/brandlab/2018/11/appscatter-powers-app-management-ai/?utm_content=79947195&;utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin
hazl
15/11/2018
19:20
there seem to be more trades lately or is it my imagination?
hazl
15/11/2018
19:18
httP://www.fourthsource.com/apps/how-to-pitch-your-idea-and-get-funds-for-your-app-23325 if I was part of the management I would consider writing to interesting companies like this so that they are aware of the alternatives. Winning strategy perhaps?
hazl
15/11/2018
19:00
httP://www.fourthsource.com/mobile/10-mobile-app-development-trends-to-watch-out-in-2018-22925
hazl
24/10/2018
06:32
A general point to show how the strength of Apps is growing,in my opinion. httPs://www.investegate.co.uk/appbox-media-plc/rns/corporate-announcement/201810240700039285E/
hazl
23/10/2018
14:24
Ha ha didn't expect this to be one of my few 'up 'ones today.
hazl
19/10/2018
08:30
Hopefully they will keep us updated with any news before then.
hazl
18/10/2018
13:22
Looking at other recent placings from AIM companies it seems normal these days not to disclose the net proceeds/costs. I guess we'll all have to wait until June 2019 to find out.
typo56
18/10/2018
12:42
GOOD to see a bit of interest today.
hazl
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