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Mobot secures capital to grow its fleet of robots that bug-test mobile apps

Mobot, a startup developing robotics technology to bug-test mobile apps, has raised fresh capital in a venture round.

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Some frank advice for open-source startups seeking product-market fit

Unlike most software companies, open source startups have two journeys for finding product-market fit: building a product that users can use for...

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Top anonymous social app NGL forced to stop tricking its users

A popular anonymous social app that was misleading its users with fake messages has been forced to change. The top-ranked app NGL, which became the...

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Former Palantir engineers raise $20M to simplify web3 tooling

Kurtosis, a crypto-focused developer tool system, has raised $20 million in a Series A round led by tech-focused hedge fund Coatue. Investors in the...

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Sprig raises $30M to help companies gauge users’ reactions to products

Sprig, a startup developing tools to help companies research how users feel about their products and services, has raised $30 million in a venture...

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This Week in Apps: Instagram backlash, TikTok gaming, Snapchat+ makes millions

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app...

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Insightly helps engineering teams increase productivity and reduce burnout

Insightly Analytics helps engineering teams stop problems before they happen, like slow release cycles, bottlenecks and uneven workload distribution...

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This Week in Apps: Elon wants out, TikTok’s content ratings, a new milestone for subscription revenue

This Week in Apps offers a way to keep up with the latest from the world of apps, including news, updates, startup fundings, mergers and acquisitions...

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Plaid adds read-only support for thousands of crypto exchanges

Plaid, the data network powering major fintech websites and apps, has added read-only support for crypto exchanges including Binance, Kraken, and...

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SingleStore raises additional $36M to grow its database business

SingleStore, a startup developing database technologies that can run in the cloud or on-premises, has raised $36 million in an extension of its...

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This Week in Apps: Google battles KakaoTalk, Twitter deal in jeopardy, FTC asked to investigate TikTok

This Week in Apps is the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy.

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Snowplow secures fresh cash to capture and create behavioral data

Snowplow, a platform for creating, managing, and capturing customer behavioral data, has raised $40 million in a Series B round led by NEA.

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Helios wants to tame the microservices development chaos

Helios wants to make it easier for developers to understand, troubleshoot and test their distributed systems during the development phase.

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Venture studio Adanian Labs fuels startup growth in Africa

The venture studio targets to help build 300 next-generation startups over the next five years.

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Meta introduces Instagram Reels APIs for developers

Meta announced today that it’s introducing Reels APIs to several endpoints on the Instagram Platform for developers starting tomorrow. The...

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Courier lands $35M to build a service for app notifications

Courier, which is building a service to power multi-channel app notifications, has raised $35 million in a venture funding round.

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This Week in Apps: Apple’s Sherlocks, Instagram’s ‘nudges’ and a TikTok-Oracle deal

This Week in Apps: Apple's Sherlocks, Instagram's 'nudges,' and a TikTok-Oracle deal

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This Week in Apps, Apple WWDC review: Blurred lines, new APIs and a brand-new Lock Screen

This Week in Apps is the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy.

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In iOS 16, apps can trigger real-world actions hands-free

New functionality arriving in iOS 16 will enable apps to trigger real-world actions hands-free. That means users could do things like start playing...

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Gantry launches out of stealth to help data scientists keep AI models fresh

Gantry, a startup developing a platform for AI engineering, has emerged from stealth with funding from one of the cofounders of OpenAI.

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New report examines the number of downloads it takes to hit the top of the App Store

A new analysis indicates it’s gotten harder to get an app to the top of the App Store, in terms of downloads, over the past several years....

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Pear VC’s Anand Iyer goes solo with new $200M fund for crypto developer tools

Iyer, who worked as a developer evangelist at Microsoft and entrepreneur, is funding early-stage founders building web3 infrastructure

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Railway snags $20M to streamline the process of deploying apps and services

Railway, a platform aiming to simplify the process of deploying apps and services, has raised $20 million from Redpoint Ventures in a venture funding...

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Mintlify taps AI to automatically generate documentation from code

Mintlify, a startup that recently raised $2.8 million in seed funding, is applying AI to the perennial challenge of maintaining software...

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This Week in Apps: Mobile gaming’s market share hit, web3 app growth, Niantic’s new AR tools

This Week in Apps offers a way to keep up with the latest from the world of apps, including news, updates, startup fundings, and mergers and...

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Apple’s latest research suggests the iOS app economy supports 2.2 million U.S. jobs

As app store legislation targeting tech giants Apple and Google moves forward in Congress, Apple today is out with two more new reports meant to...

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This Week in Apps: Snapchat policy checkup, more Twitter deal drama, TikTok games

This Week in Apps is the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy.

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Snapchat’s stricter policies for anonymous apps and friend finders aren’t yet fully enforced

A small handful of Snap Kit platform developers have not yet complied with the new guidelines around anonymous messaging and friend-finding apps...

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