Amazon Mobile Ads API goes after Google

Amazon Mobile Ads API goes after Google
If you are an Android developer and want to monetize your apps, you might be interested in the new Amazon Mobile Ads API which allows you to display ads inside your apps and get paid. If you currently use AdSense, which is owned by you know whoogle and want to switch, Amazon is ready to greet you with open arms. The API is available for any app in the Google Play Store as long as it is also available in the Amazon Appstore. At present, the Amazon Mobile Ads API is available for U.S. apps only.

Amazon promises high-quality ads with top advertisers and competitive eCPM rates with messages that are relevant to your customers. Integration is easy and you can receive reports to make sure that your generating revenue at your optimal rate. Amazon displayed two different kinds of ads. One, called the "floating ad" comes up from the bottom of the screen. The other, entitled the "Simple Ad," uses a web banner.

If you are interested in Amazon's new Mobile Ads API, click on the sourcelink below.

source: Amazon, TheNextWeb via AndroidAuthority



1. sks1969

Posts: 108; Member since: Mar 04, 2012

Great! No more google monopoly. Amazon sells everything under the sun, but not google. this is a great move by Amazon.

2. rusticguy

Posts: 2828; Member since: Aug 11, 2012

Yes i hate monopoly no matter who has it. Google needs a competitor just like any corporate would for benefit of customers.

3. tward291

Posts: 559; Member since: Feb 14, 2012

what I don't understand is how they keep putting the kindle series in the android camp. they don't have the doogle play store. they don't even mention google. they took the open source and made there own os,

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