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21-12-2016

Hi everyone,

We are already using Target for websites. How can I start using it for mobile apps? I would like to set up simple tests on our apps without having to submit a new version to the stores.
Any support would be really helpful here!

Thank you.
Julia

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22-12-2016

Hi Julia,

Target can be used for mobile app optimization and personalization. Please see link for information on using target for Mobile Apps

Thanks & Regards

Parit Mittal

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02-02-2017

Hi Julia,

You can defiantly POC Target for your mobile apps without deploying a new app to Apple or Google Play store. Start by adding a targetLocationRequest (mbox) to your app. This creates a container around a specific element on the screen or has the ability to manipulate multiple UI elements on the same screen. Next, create a targetLoadRequest. This is how you manage the response back from Target. 

Happy to discuss further, but the documentation Parit shared should get you started.

Thanks,

Kollin