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Install farms can be difficult to detect because installs get downloaded by real people.
In the first five months of 2018, Machine has analysed over 22.4 million app installs, these are the results.
3 myths of fraudulent app installs: Part 1
The Majority of Paid App Installs are Fraudulent But No One Wants to Know
Why Gambling Apps Make the Perfect Bet for App Install Fraud
Installed by real users, who action in-app events, incent is a challenging category to identify.
Attribution Fraud 101: How Marketers Can Stop Paying What Already Belongs Them
Understand the signals and attribution theft (click stuffing) is easy to identify within campaign data.
Are you falling victim to install farms? Here’s how to know for sure
Glossary of Terms
Machine’s glossary helps explains many of the acronyms, buzzwords and phrases; so you can quickly interpret fraudulent app install terminology.
Ubisoft On Why Devs Need More Than Data To Ferret Out Fraud
2018 Will Be A Year Of Reckoning For Mobile App-Install Fraud
App Spending Topped $86 Billion In 2017
Uber sued over payment for 'fraudulent' mobile phone ads