Latest Manage In-App Advertising SDK Optimized for iOS 9
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
In-app advertising platform Manage has released the latest version of its SDK (v.3.3) which has been optimized for iOS 9. It also extends an app publishers’ ability to serve and monetize in-app ads, including video and new Multi-Image ad units. The latest release cuts the size of the SDK by as much as 35 percent.
The updated SDK provides access to Manage’s mobile supply-side platform (SSP) programmatic bidding engine. New SDK features include:
- iOS 9 Support - Compatible and tested with the latest features of iOS 9, including ATS (App Transport Security), IPv6, multi-tasking and bitcode.
- Multi-Image Ad Unit - This new ad unit allows an advertiser to promote up to four offers or products in a single display ad.
- Portrait Video End Cards - Support for high-performance, portrait layout video end cards to enhance user engagement.
- Carrier Targeting Capability - Publishers can share the mobile carrier of app users with advertisers to enable better regional targeting.
As an incentive to bring new publishers to the platform, Manage is offering 100 to 150 percent revenue sharing on select video and brand campaigns for publishers who integrate the Manage SDK and go live with traffic by November 1.
Publishers must serve one million impressions by November 25 in specific English-speaking countries to be eligible for 100 percent revenue share for video campaigns and 150 percent revenue share for brand campaigns between November 26 and December 31.
Read more: http://www.manage.com/publisher
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