SplitMetrics has acquired App Radar, known for its leading ASO solutions

App Radar was acquired by SplitMetrics, Inc to create a comprehensive app growth engine powered by AI.

App Radar announced that SplitMetrics, a global leader in paid UA automation and mobile A/B testing, had acquired them. No figure regarding the purchase price was shared.

Founded in 2015 for App Radar, this strategic acquisition is seen as an outstanding opportunity to enhance the growth of apps worldwide. With this acquisition, App Radar’s ASO tool will be added to SplitMetrics‘ product portfolio, giving it an excellent position to enhance its capabilities further. At the same time, app marketers will have access to more specialists and expanded services thanks to the merger of the two companies’ agencies.

With a team of 160 people worldwide, SplitMetrics manages over $250 million in ad spend annually. SplitMetrics’ customers and partners include Babbel, Skyscanner, Glovo, and Rakuten Viber.

Combining SplitMetrics’ UA solutions with App Radar’s ASO platform will provide a one-stop shop for all the essential tools app marketers need for growth. In this way, mobile companies will have a single comprehensive growth engine, eliminating existing data silos between ASO and UA.

Max Kamenkov, CEO and co-founder of SplitMetrics said the following;

App Radar has a range of very powerful tools that are fully complementary to our own. By combining these services we can offer a market leading end-to-end solution that will drive incredible growth for our customers.

This merger is a testament to the ongoing trend of AI reshaping industries, demonstrating how tech companies adapt and contribute to the evolving technological landscape. By leveraging advanced AI technologies and Market Insights, SplitMetrics and App Radar are committed to substantially impacting their customers’ success, setting new standards in user acquisition and operational efficiency.

Silvio Peruci, Managing Director of App Radar, added,

Over the past year, AI has opened the door to the creation of a range of new AI driven marketing techniques that use deep analysis of data to enable much richer and impactful campaigns. The best way to make the most of this is to offer a product to customers that pulls together all their app marketing data and channels and this is exactly what the tie up between App Radar and SplitMetrics achieves.

AI is estimated to contribute $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030. In marketing applications, AI can provide endless possibilities for faster localization, competitor research, ad copy, and much more.

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