Already used in iOS,, and webOS, AdMob is striking out in new territory towards Windows Phone 7 users. AdMob has launched a beta SDK for Microsoft’s latest mobile OS, which allows developers to place advertising within their free apps, making them a bit of cha-ching.
Developers can choose where their ads appear, and what types of ads are shown within the apps. Both text and banner ads are supported with a variety of post click actions including opening a webpage and linking directly to the App Marketplace.
AdMob has even customized the ad experience for Windows Phone 7 look and feel and easy for users to go back to the app after they’re done browsing the ad.
In other news from the Google-owned company, AdMob updated its existing iOS andSDKs to include enhanced HTML5 support for more engaging ad units. Also, full screen interstitial formats are now supported on iOS and -based tablets.
[Source - IntoMobile]
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