At this year’s Apple World Wide Developers Conference, one of the underlying themes Apple introduced was the concept of extensions. The goal being to blur the boundaries between apps on the platform, through widgets, but more notably, allowing developers access to many of Apple’s applications.
The Burstly Skyrocket API for download tracking of conversions from mobile ads uses as RESTful http interface. More than 300,000 apps use Burstly services to beta test, analyze and monetize their offerings. By spanning the development process from end to end, Burstly's newly structured offerings give developers the choice between choosing among Testflight, Flightpath, and Skyrocket, or using them all.