App Annie Overview

  • San Francisco, CA
  • 201 to 500 Employees
  • 2010
  • Company - Private
  • Computer Hardware & Software
  • $100 to $500 million (USD)

App Annie is the first unified data AI company to reveal opportunities that inform optimal digital performance. We are the category leader in mobile market data and analytics. Founded in 2010 and headquartered in San Francisco with 400 employees in 10 countries. App Annie has ...
Mission: We help create winning mobile experiences for those aspiring to achieve excellence.

Company Updates

November 29, 2021
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Culture First: Adapting to the New Normal - Creating great experiences also means admitting that culture is not static. It is constantly evolving. What is culture, and how do you explain it to prospective employees, investors and other stakeholders? How do you ensure your company culture is consistent globally? In the past, companies defined their culture by offering free food, games and bringing puppies to work. These are perks, not culture. These are not why you come to work. Culture is a shared set of values that drives your passion and inspires you to bring your best self to work everyday to achieve aligned results. We are putting culture first in three ways: values, leadership development and rethinking the workplace. Read the full article here.
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November 1, 2021
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In conversations with other leaders, a topic we have recently discussed is how we can turn The Great Resignation into Great Experiences. Pivoting to great experiences starts with an obligation to serve employees. We are extremely passionate about our company, the future, cultural evolution and employees who make it happen. We are pioneering a balancing act between what’s in it for the employee and what ultimately drives performance. Read more about what we are doing at App Annie in this recent article post from our CEO.
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"Great Culture, fast-paced"

Nov 1, 2021 - Account Manager
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Culture is great, but changing quickly as the company moves towards a fully remote work environment. Flexible work arrangements, reimbursement for WFH setups. Managers are supportive (but YMMV).


Remote-first may not appeal to entry-level employees looking for more direct, in-person mentoring.
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App Annie Interviews

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  1. Senior Product Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 12 months. I interviewed at App Annie (Los Angeles, CA) in Oct 2021


    I had seven interviews, one of which was a one-hour panel presentation I spent 40 hours preparing. I spoke with App Annie about the specifics around compensation, that the hiring manager was confident I was the candidate for the role and that an offer was being drafted. I canceled two other final interviews for equally great positions after being told that everything left was a formality and asked how serious I was about App Annie. The final round turned out not to be a formality, which is understandable. The C-level was not confident I was the right fit. After clarifying the position in my seventh round, I never heard back.

    I reached out to the original non-App Annie recruiter multiple times for information. It turns out that someone internal was interested in the position and has filled the role three weeks later.

    App Annie is a business, and it is essential to do what is best for the company and the team. Internal employees should be offered the position ahead of an outside hire in most cases. So none of the above is a problem.

    I always presented myself as a professional. I shared my appreciation for every team member throughout the process. I communicated my interest after each round. I never begged for the position, but as soon as I heard an offer was on the table, I began putting together a 30-60-90 plan.

    But as soon as an internal team member was part of the mix, I never heard back from App Annie.

    I had almost a month of recruiters reaching out, asking if I was available, and told them I was under the impression I had a solid offer from App Annie. I understand it is uncomfortable to deliver bad news. But that is part of HR's job. And if there is a concern of disappointing someone, imagine the disappointment plus no communication. So I want to encourage companies to do the right thing and be transparent. Expect that any quality candidate can handle good and bad news with respect and appreciation for honesty.

    Everyone I interviewed with was extremely professional and easy-going. The questions were not as formulaic as with most product companies. They are looking for a team fit, and your resume speaks for itself. I did not mind the interview process at all. The 1 hour presentation was a bit intense, but I actually thought it prepared me well for the job.

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App Annie Awards & Accolades

  • Wealthfront Career-Launching Companies ListWealthfront2021
  • Top App Analytics CompanyBusiness of apps2020
  • Best Analytics/Data ToolPocket Gamer2020
  • Deloitte Technology Fast 500Deloitte2017
  • Forbes Cloud 100Forbes2016

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...I also really like the work from home benefits the company has provided....

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