In their new incarnation Tapjoy is the primary purveyor of paid app downloads, and it has made a mess of the mobile app ecosystem. You use a mobile app and want virtual currency to do things usually a game. Today you just get offered currency to download other apps. Uniformly, they suck. But Tapjoy gets paid for the download and they pass on some of it to the first app. The app developer buying these downloads gets a massive spike in activity, driving it up the leaderboards.
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I can't afford to eat meat at the moment. Not even some coley portions or any of that imitation prawn ring shit. I can't even eat vegetables without risking imprisonment supermarket self service. No bar codes on onions. That's all I'm sayin'.