Flurry Keeps on Rolling, Raises $7M in Series B Financing

Flurry, Inc., one of the bigger names in mobile application analytics is announcing this morning that they’ve just closed on a Series B financing round of $7 million. Among the investors are venture capital firm InterWest Partners,  Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Union Square Ventures, First Round Capital and Draper Richards.

What will this new funding be used for?  Flurry plans an aggressive build out of new services to help increase revenue for mobile app developers.  They also expect to hire additional employees and scale their infrastructure.

Flurry has done some pretty incredible things for mobile development in its short time around.  In just about one year’s time, they’re now tracking over one billion end user application sessions per month.  This figure includes not only Android users but iPhone and iPod Touch devices.  At last count, there are over 15,000 developers using Flurry Analytics within their apps.

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