The German startup AppLift, which provides services to attract users, received investments of $13 million from the Dutch venture capital firm Prime Ventures.
The company started working 10 months ago, but despite such a short time, it has already earned a name for itself in the mobile world, having worked together with King, Wooga and Kabam and eight dozen other companies. They say Wooga was very pleased with the cooperation with AppLift in terms of attracting users to Diamond Dash, Bubble Island and the recent mobile version of Monster World.
Looking back at such a rich portfolio, Prime Ventures decided not to be petty and invested $13 million in a startup. AppLift will use the funds received to expand the company. There are plans to open a couple of new offices and increase the staff by at least 50 people. The money will also be used for the further development of the company’s marketing platform.
AppLift is currently headquartered in Berlin, with divisions located in San Francisco, Seoul and Paris.