Adenda's Beta SDK Provides Lock Screen Engagement And Monetization Platform
Saturday, May 17, 2014
Adenda has launched the beta of its lock screen engagement and monetization SDK for Android. Turned off by default, the platform provides the ability for app users to enable an app's lock screen from within the app. Once enabled, developers can put app content in front of users on the lock screen and can reward users with virtual goods for as long as the lock screen is enabled.
The SDK provides the ability to design a specific layout, or use any of built-in designs. It has the capabilities to use HTML, images, video, or any other types of rich media. Users can interact with the app content from the lock screen and can swipe left to follow a predefined action from an app such as launching an app or swipe right to unlock as usual. The SDK also has the ability to send full-page rich-media notifications straight to the lock screen which are more than 10 times the size of regular notifications.
Read more: http://www.adendamedia.com/
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