When was the last time you remember that you wanted to monetize your Android app and did not have to write or modify your app code extensively, to make even the simplest customization to the ad experience? Well, all that is set to change with our latest update to the VMAX SDK for Android.
With the new VMAX SDK 3.7 for Android, you need to code far less than ever before to monetize your app. Do you want to include a particular ad layout in your app? There’s no need to write a lot of code. Simply copy a few lines of XML, add the adspot key, define the user experience for the ad and your app monetization is good to go.
Not just this, the update automates several function calls thus ensuring that the ad you define is seamlessly requested and displayed in your app without any issues. This automation brings a host of features that make monetizing your Android app even simpler.
- Customizing a native ad for your app now requires you to only define the layout in XML, without actually writing or modifying any code at the app level.
- The automation introduces an auto-refresh mechanism for native ads which ensures that your app users do not see the same native ad again.
- It also makes ad fetching smarter in handling any errors in the implementation logic. This means for any reason, if a previously requested ad for a particular adspot, is not consumed, the SDK will intelligently prevent the next ad from being cached, until the current one is consumed.
- With the new SDK, ads are automatically paused when your app is paused and resume when your app resumes, again eliminating the need to write additional code to do this.
The VMAX SDK also introduces support for video ads in billboard ad spots and gives you greater control over your app behaviour with revamped callback events for ads. This means incorporating ads into your Android app has never been this easier.
Download the VMAX SDK 3.7 for Android now and take advantage of all the new enhancements it has to offer. To know more about integrating the VMAX SDK into your app, you can refer to our detailed documentation here. In case you have any queries, you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.