Interview with GetJar CMO, Patrick Mork on the Angry Birds Exclusive and iPhone Already Reaching its Peak

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  1. February 14, 2011

    [...] industry experts already recognize that in-app advertising is the way to go, just check out this interview with Patrick Mork, CMO of [...]

  2. March 7, 2011

    [...] million times so far. Just a reminder, the Android version of Angry Birds launched exclusively on Getjar, and Rovio has supposedly made as much money from the free Android version as the paid iOS [...]

  3. March 14, 2011

    [...] just posted a very interested presentation given by Patrick Mork, the CMO of GetJar, which is one of, if not the largest third party app stores on the Web. Mork [...]

  4. March 15, 2011

    [...] Birds, the wildly popular cross platform game, on the Amazon app store exclusively. According to this interview with Patrick Mork from GetJar, when Angry Birds launched on GetJar, the traffic multiplied itself [...]

  5. April 5, 2011

    [...] Patrick Mork of Getjar explained “In-app billing on Android is a big move that’s sure to have a very positive impact on developers’ ability to monetise Android content,” he says. “What’s less good is the news that developers won’t be able to use this outside Market.  Why?  Because Market has not proven itself to provide the best Android retail experience. This isn’t our opinion.  It’s a fact and it’s what most developers will tell you.” [...]

  6. April 11, 2011

    [...] Getjar is a cross platform mobile app store that is available worldwide. According to downloads, it is the [...]

  7. April 27, 2011

    [...] fact, as Patrick Mork, CMO of Getjar said in an interview, some of the leading names in mobile apps such as Tap Tap Revenge actually have a few revenue [...]

  8. June 17, 2011

    [...] -Patrick Mork: As the CMO of GetJar, the largest independent app store, Patrick has his work cut out for him going head to head with giants like Apple and Google, He is doing a phenomenal job defining the app landscape and had some extremely interesting insights about the future of this space. [...]

  9. June 25, 2011

    [...] Mobango and many others, it is getting seriously overwhelming. The CMO of GetJar predicts in this interview that the app ecosystem will undergo some sort of consolidation over the next few years and the big [...]

  10. June 27, 2011

    [...] Mobango and many others, it is getting seriously overwhelming. The CMO of GetJar predicts in this interview that the app ecosystem will undergo some sort of consolidation over the next few years and the big [...]

  11. July 12, 2011

    [...] blog post entitled “GetJar to Apple: We’re Not Going to Take it”, our friend Patrick Mork, CMO of Getjar recruits the developer community to join the cause of battling such behavior of the [...]

  12. August 8, 2011

    [...] along, GetJar is also making news with Patrick Mork, the company’s CMO announcing that he has taken a new position as Marketing Director of [...]

  13. August 11, 2011

    [...] 40: Patrick Mork: Previously the CMO of GetJar, Patrick recently announced he is joining Google as Director of Marketing for Mobile Applications. I interviewed him here. [...]

  14. December 28, 2011

    [...] seems plausible enough to keep many devs happy while giving users free access to those devs apps. Interview with GetJar CMO, Patrick Mork on the Angry Birds Exclusive and iPhone Already Reaching its… I quote policy, I don't set it. Your thoughtful rebuttal is under full review – if we're wrong, [...]

  15. April 25, 2012

    [...] Back in February of last year (2011), I interviewed Patrick Mork, the CMO of GetJar, who ironically is now working at Google as the Marketing Director of mobile apps. Read that interview here. [...]