Yahoo exec dishes on the future of Flurry and Yahoo's place in mobile

Flurry was already a well-known name in developer and publisher circles for its mobile application analytics services when it was acquired last year by Yahoo. Since then, Flurry has become a foundational part of the search and news company. To get a sense of where Yahoo is heading with its app developer program, FierceDeveloper recently chatted by phone with Jarah Euston, vice president of analytics and marketing with Flurry. Euston discussed some of the biggest milestones or changes since Yahoo acquired Flurry, how Yahoo will make money in the developer market, and how developments like App Annie's recent purchase of Mobidia and Apple's launch of its Analytics Beta will affect Yahoo. Hot Seat

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