Explore V2 - Basics

The Explore section of MightySignal enables you to filter for apps and app publishers based on multiple options. Explore is relevant for SDRs and AEs to generate leads or marketers to identify mobile trends.

How to filter

Filtering in the Explore section is straightforward. First, click on the Explore tab on the left toolbar. Then, select Explore V2. Select from the filtering options at the top of the page, and press "Submit Search" to see the results.

There is also an option to save the filters to use for future searches by clicking “Save Search”.

Filtering Options

Type of Result: “App” or “Publisher” With Explore V2, you can now get results as app names or publisher names that match your search criteria. 

For more details on how filtering by publisher works, see the Publisher Pivot sections at the end of each of filtering types. 

SDK Data: filter your Explore results by specific SDKs or SDK categories. Click here for more on advanced SDK filtering options.

App Details: filter your Explore results by specific app attributes. Click here for more on advanced app filtering options.

Publisher Details: filter your Explore results by publisher information. Click here for more on advanced publisher filtering options.

Ad Intelligence: filter your Explore results by ad networks, number of networks, or creative formats. Click here for more on advanced ad intelligence filtering options.

For an isolated view of our ad intelligence product click hereClick here for more on Ad Intelligence

Rankings: filter your explore results by app rankings. Click here for more on advanced rankings filtering options.

For an isolated view of our Rankings product visit the links for “Popular Apps” found on your side bar. For additional information on the Rankings product click here.

Notes: Country and Category Filters

The category and country options each have either an Apple or Android icon next to it. This indicates which store that option belongs to. If you select a filter corresponding to just one of the platform stores and not the other, it will naturally filter out the other platform. The two exceptions to this are the App Details filters: “Available Countries” and “Downloads Min”. These two filters will not filter out apps from the other platform.

Summary

In this doc we took a look at all the different filter options available in Explore. Combining these filters allows you to fully customize your searches to help you find the most qualified apps and reveal answers around mobile market trends. 

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