Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO) has reached an agreement to acquire Flurry, a mobile analytics company, in a deal reported to be in the neighborhood of $300 million. Touting itself as a mobile first company with over 450 million monthly active users, Yahoo will draw upon Flurry and the 170,000 developers that use its platform to deliver content and apps to those users and direct advertisements to clients' desired audiences. Prior to its announced sale, Flurry raised several rounds of equity financing totaling over $71 million, receiving a valuation of almost $320 million during its Series D round in March of this year. VC investors in the company include DFJ, Menlo Ventures, Borealis Ventures and Union Square Ventures, among others. Yahoo isn't the only big tech company to acquire a mobile analytics platform in the past year, as Facebook acquired Onavo in October 2013 for $200 million.