iOS 11 App Store

App Store Optimization in iOS 11

Posted Sep 26, 2017

iOS 11 has already hit upward of 25% of consumer Apple devices in the short time since officially launching. That number will only continue to grow, and with a completely new App Store design to think about, developers and publishers should think about their discovery and UA strategies. Launched with iOS 11, the complete overhaul…

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6 Steps to Optimize Your 3.2.1 SDK Integration

Posted Sep 14, 2017

In preparation for the launch of iOS 11 next week, the AdColony 3.2.1 SDK is now available with numerous user experience and monetization improvements. To streamline the integration process, check out this handy checklist: Integration Checklist Check your orientation. For an optimal integration, follow our documentation around configuring supported orientations. Please note that restricting an…

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Elevating the User Experience with SDK 3.2

Posted Aug 29, 2017

The mobile user experience is better than ever with version 3.2 of the AdColony SDK. Designed with both the mobile publisher and user in mind, the new SDK is iOS 11 & Android Oreo ready and offers numerous improvements, including: iOS 11 compatibility Enhanced skippability controls Convenient volume controls Enhanced security Improved ad relevance Post-install…

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Top 5 Tips to Optimize Your SDK 3.1 Integration

Posted Apr 18, 2017

To help mobile publishers upgrade to the AdColony 3.1 SDK and enable the highest quality & most innovative ad formats in mobile, we’ve compiled a quick checklist for both iOS and Android integrations. Check it out below, and reach out to your account manager if you have any questions!  Get the SDK  Top 5 Android…

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Slimming Down: Fighting SDK Fatigue and Bloat

Posted Jun 2, 2016

SDK fatigue is real. Short for software development kits, SDK’s allow developers to create applications and other functions in an app without having to build them from scratch and are a critical part of the mobile industry. If it’s possible, there’s probably an SDK for it. With the wealth of code and asset libraries available…

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