New Ad Format Options Available for iPad Applications

Friday, August 20, 2010 | 9:51 AM

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In the short time since Apple released their tablet device, developers have rushed to create thousands of iPad apps. To support this need, we are thrilled to announce a new feature to Mobile for AdSense applications. The new feature allows developers who are based in the US and Canada and are participating in our beta program to monetize their iPad applications.

The new iOS SDK supports ad serving in iPad apps using three of the most common online ad formats, instantly making it easier for developers to grow their businesses and for advertisers to expand their presence to the iPad.


new ad format options for the iPad

Advertisers whose campaigns run on the Google Display Network and include text or image ads in the above sizes can now show ads within iPad applications – provided their campaigns are targeting mobile devices or specifically the iPad.


Remember that in order to begin monetizing iPad applications, you’ll need to participate in our AdSense for Mobile Applications beta program. Current AdSense for Mobile Applications beta partners will automatically have access to this new feature in their latest iOS SDK build.

If you are interested in participating in the AdSense for Mobile Applications beta program, here’s how you can apply to get started:

  1. Sign up for free to become an AdSense partner or log in to your existing
    AdSense account at
    www.google.com/adsense.
     

  2. Within your AdSense Setup tab, select AdSense for Mobile Applications
    and follow the steps to complete the application for the beta program.


  3. Once your application is approved, you’ll receive a confirmation email
    with instructions on how to access your developer toolkit.
     
We are excited that iOS developers now have the opportunity to earn money by displaying relevant Google ads within any application, across any device. For more information about the latest AdSense for Mobile Applications SDK release, be sure to check out the release notes.
  
Dan Waylonis, Software Engineer for Google AdSense for Mobile Applications

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