What is Batch?
Yes, we’re really free. So, how do we keep the lights on? Instead of charging you a monthly fee, we sell ads on your behalf to the top 500 mobile advertisers in the world. With Batch, you earn money each month while accessing great engagement tools for free.
Batch is a tool in the Mobile App Marketing Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses Batch?
19 companies reportedly use Batch in their tech stacks, including Ornikar, internet-of-things, and TUI Group.
23 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Batch.
Pros of Batch
- Push notifications
- Users analytics
- Reward engine
- Native ads
Batch Alternatives & Comparisons
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