AdMob Adds Support For Windows Phone 7; HTML5 And Tablet Support For iOS/Android

Google’s AdMob today launched several new additions to its mobile advertising platform, with the primary being the beta launch of its SDK for Windows Phone 7 devices. The addition of its Windows Phone 7 SDK makes AdMob’s platform truly cross-platform, allowing advertisers to run ads on iOS, Android, WebOS and Windows Phone seamlessly.  The company says its …   Read More

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Google’s AdMob today launched several new additions to its mobile advertising platform, with the primary being the beta launch of its SDK for Windows Phone 7 devices.

The addition of its Windows Phone 7 SDK makes AdMob’s platform truly cross-platform, allowing advertisers to run ads on iOS, Android, WebOS and Windows Phone seamlessly.  The company says its network currently includes more than 50,000 mobile apps on all platforms.  With its new SDK, developers can use the format to integrate AdMob advertising into apps, control where ads appear, and what types of ads are served.  The ad unit supports a variety of post click actions including opening a webpage and linking directly to the App Marketplace.

In addition, AdMob has updated its iOS and Android SDKs with HTML5 support for its ad units, allowing advertisers to create more rich media advertisements that can be viewed across numerous platforms.  Previously, the formats were written in Google’s own markup language, but HTML5 allows advertisers to do more with less coding and also allows for more seamless transitions and formats on devices.  Additionally, AdMob is now supporting full screen interstitial formats for tablets on iOS and Android.

The updates will only help fuel even more growth for the Google-owned mobile advertising powerhouse.  The network is said to be receiving over 2 billion daily ad requests, which is up over four times what it was at this time last year.

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3 comments

  1. Honlapdesign

    It's a really nice application. I think it will help a lot of people to manage their adds.

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