Flurry has become a prime resource for app developers to measure and monetize their mobile apps. But it hasn’t been a tool for actually building apps. That’s where the San Francisco company is going, however, with the announcement today that it has bought Seattle-based Trestle, a provider of mobile backend services.
Flurry has incorporated Trestle into its SDK and will offer new developer services under the name Flurry AppCloud. These services include push notifications, user account management and scalable storage. This bulks up Flurry’s developer offerings, which currently include analytics and tools for monetization, app distribution and re-engagement. AppCloud will start in beta for both iOS (s aapl) and Android (s goog) apps and will be generally available later this summer.
Buying Trestle pits Flurry against other backend service providers like Kinvey, Parse and Stackmob. And it’s another sign of how the mobile developer services market will consolidate over time as…
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