We’ve covered ad networks for Android apps as well as ad mediators, but what about both under one roof? MoPub is an interesting option because it offers not just server-managed ad mediation, but also their own integrated ad network.
This makes for a handy combination, and I have been migrating a number of my Android apps over to MoPub to help manage my ad networks, and the results have been great. Continue reading
I just pushed updates to the Android Market Manager library, so you may want to update your copy of it.
I added support for Samsung Apps, and fixed a few problems with BlackBerry.
By the way, if you aren’t familiar with the Android Market Manager library, take a look at my previous post announcing the new library.
As many of you in the world of Android development are aware, Google IO 2012 is almost here. While it runs from June 27th to 29th in San Francisco, very few of you will actually be there. Not to worry, Google will be broadcasting many of the sessions. Continue reading
[UPDATE - the free promo day is over for now, but you might still be able to borrow the book for free (see below)]
I get it – you’re in this business to make money, not spend it. It’s hard to spend any money at all before you earn it. That’s a lot of why I post on this blog. I want to help other developers.
As you may know, the Android Ad Network Primer can be borrowed for free for those of you who have Amazon Prime and a Kindle Fire. Continue reading
Linking to your Android app (or all of your apps) in the various Android app stores can be a bit of a hassle, since many app markets require a unique method to link to apps in their market.
Enter the Android Market Manager: this library encapsulates the linking methods for several of the big name app stores. It doesn’t cover all of the app stores covered in the Android Market Alternatives report, but it covers all of the big ones that I’ve made special efforts to link properly. Continue reading