Crowd pleasing: AppStori to offer devs 'thousands of dollars' in rewards
Crowdfunding platform signs up Amazon
Crowdfunding platform AppStori has announced new partnerships designed to reward developers with free services from Amazon Web Services and customer engagement platform Appboy.
Developers accepted onto the AppStori platform – which allows studios to raise money and collaborate with the community – will now be eligible for "literally thousands of dollars in cash and services" from AppStori's partners upon successful completion of a project.
MillenialMedia, for instance, already offers developers $500 cash and $500 of credit on its advertising network.
Show me the money
Now, AppStori developers will also be eligible for $1,000 credit towards Amazon Web Services and six months of enterprise level service from Appboy once their project goes live.
"These new partnerships, along with our existing relationship with Millennial Media mean that developers who list on our platform will get literally, thousands of dollars in cash and services from some of the leading providers in the mobile space," explained AppStori in a statement.
"On top of the financial and service benefits, qualifying app developers will be able to tap into our growing mentorship program, where experts in the field of monetisation, user engagement, and infrastructure will be sharing their knowledge to ensure that you create the best possible app you can."
As a result of the deals, the two companies are set to join AppStori's mentorship programme alongside existing partner MillenialMedia.
More information on AppStori's platform, and further details of the incentives it offers, can be found on the AppStori website.
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