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First 10 000 shares for free

*$59/month if less than $200,000 in funding or revenue
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Get full insight into shares, clicks, installs, re-engaged users, conversion rates and what sharing channels are the most powerful.
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Most Popular GIFs

See which GIFs generate most installs!
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Real-time view of shared GIFs!
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What is a share?

When a user shares a link and/or a GIF generated by the Megacool SDK.

To get more of each share you can:

  • Create referrals
    Easily reward users inviting their friends to increase install rate!
  • Re-engage users
    It's easier to monetize existing users, the shared GIFs triggers them and they can easily return through the link!

What is the value of a share?

Personal recommendation between users gives much higher conversion rate than ads. By showing gameplay through a GIF and adding the right incentives our customers have seen on average:

  • 10% share-to-install conversion rate
  • 15% higher day-1 retention compared to organic downloads

How many shares can I expect?

This varies a lot from game to game and how the sharing mechanism is implemented. There are mainly two ways you can prompt users to share when:

  • Experiencing an emotional moment, like a new highscore, make it easy to brag
  • Needing more gems or resources, give a reward for referring friends

The second options generates most shares and installs. For those implementations we've seen the number of shares be ~10% of MAU.


To learn more, see examples and read our best practice guide.