Following the footsteps of tech giants Google, Facebook, Apple and Samsung, Yahoo has announced and scheduled its first ever Mobile Developers Conference on Feb 19, 2015 in San Francisco.
According to a post on Yahoo’s website, the company is welcoming mobile developers to its free-to-attend Mobile Developers Conference in San Francisco on February 19, 2015.
The conference will feature the unveiling of a new suite of developer tools for mobile apps that Yahoo claims will “help developers better understand their users and improve, grow and monetize their apps.”
Although, details on what Yahoo tends to offer remains scarce, it is expected that the new products will be based on technology developed by mobile analytics firm Flurry that Yahoo acquired for around $240 million earlier this year.
The conference will have Yahoo representatives and app developers taking on the stage to discuss upcoming advances in the mobile market. Flurry’s Simon Khalaf will also share the company’s insights on what’s to come for mobile development. Currently, Flurry offers analytics services for tracking app performance and a mobile app advertising platform for advertisers as well as publishers.
The conference agenda will also include breakout sessions on key topics, challenges and products for developers.
Interested developers can request an invitation for the conference on Yahoo’s official event Tumblr page.