Posted by Adam | Jun 01, 2011 | Comments 0
IdeaSwarm today releases AppViz 2.0, a new version of their popular desktop analytics tool for Mac & iOS developers. AppViz helps developers download and visualize their application sales. It features a dashboard that displays an overview of product sales and trends, as well as a graph view for more in-depth analysis. Version 2.0 builds on the feature set of 1.0 and adds many new features including iAds, automated downloading, improved rankings, & support for the forthcoming Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
Posted by Press Releases | Aug 26, 2010 | Comments 0
New York, NY – appFigures, the leading App Store reporting platform for iPhone and iPad developers, announced today that it now provides members access to their iAds data directly from their appFigures account, along with all other App Store reports the platform provides.
Posted by Press Releases | Aug 24, 2010 | Comments 0
Chandler, Arizona – RateWatch is MF Software’s free app for iPhone/iPod touch that gives you a quick view of the latest key interest rates and a daily calendar of the day’s economic indicators. It launched in 2008 and quickly garnered tens of thousands of downloads, generating revenue for MF Software through the use of mobile advertising networks like Google’s AdMob. “We found AdMob to be easy to integrate, but not very lucrative on average – our eCPM rate has hovered around $.50-$1 for years,” says founder Matthew Formica.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | May 06, 2010 | Comments 0
We knew iAds weren’t going to be cheap, with some companies forking over as much as $10 million to be among the first iAdvertisers next month. However, what we didn’t know up until now, was how Apple’s iAd pricing was broken down. Go to iPadmodo for more.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Apr 16, 2010 | Comments 0
Apple’s iAd Team recently met with Hill Holiday, an advertising agency, to talk about their plans for mobile advertising. Topics covered included Apple’s philosophy, target market, pricing and user experience. Go to iPadmodo for more.
Posted by Jake Wright | Apr 08, 2010 | Comments 3
Today has been a day of great news for iPhone users well 3Gs owners anyway. But its a bad day for Google in my book. Back in November of 2009 Google announced its plans to purchase newly started mobile ad company adMob for a reported 750 million dollars.