iAds in popup Ok?

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by IDMah, Dec 6, 2013.

  1. IDMah macrumors 6502

    IDMah

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    I have very little real estate available in my app Dragon Emperor's challenge:

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    and worked very hard to make it playable on a small screen.

    Dragon Emperor's challenge. But need a revenue stream.
    I was thinking of popping up a iAd between shuffles.
    But Seems like iAds want to be 'on all the time' will apple accept it if
    I put iAds in a popup. Have any of you done it?

    if Not available. What Ad services have you used that I could present this way.

    Thanks
    Ian
     
  2. ArtOfWarfare macrumors 604

    ArtOfWarfare

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    I would strongly suggest you don't go any ad route. Just charge for your app. If you wouldn't pay for it yourself, then make it better until you would.
     
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    1458279

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    Can you explain the "on all the time" part? That doesn't sound right, Apple wants to run ads or have the ability to control how often ads appear in your app?

    I thought this was under the control of the developer: IE: they decide when ads should be shown like between parts of a game.

    What about full screen ads?
     
  4. IDMah thread starter macrumors 6502

    IDMah

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    "full screen" ads is what I want.

    I have tried the paid route, with marginal success. made a whopping $50!
    the game plays well, and most people who have bought it like it, and become addicted to it.

    But I need to reach a broader audience. So Free Version with a few ads to pay me a bit and offer more features like undo/redo and no ads in the paid version.

    Unless you guys are web publishers and want reviews it, to up my sales... Hahaha!!

    So there is a full screen iad mode for iphone?? Because

    Where I can have an ad popup in between the shuffles??? confused??? I thought the iAd Banner

    So what I'm getting from this is the answer is no unless I put iAd Banner on a popup, which will probably kill my fill rate..

    thanks
    Ian
     

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