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Google paid $7 billion to developers on Google Play and they’re rolling out a...

2014 turned out to be a fantastic year for developers on Google Play as they raked in an impressive $7 billion.  It's no wonder...

Facebook will allow users to alter their ad profiles; track your smartphone usage

Have you ever wondered why Facebook just showed you an advertisement for Star Trek toys or some other random item? Well apparently you will...

Samsung released 3 new Galaxy S5 ads and they’re kind of neat

Samsung did a really good job in the ads department this time. Under the hashtag #Expect more they introduced 3 new ads and as...

Locket pays users for unlocking their smartphone

Ads are always annoying, especially when you have to go through them while using a free app. Having an ad on your lockscreen every...

Millennial Media Releases Monthly Report: Android Dominates Top 20

Millennial Media recently released its monthly Mobile Mix report, a survey of the top mobile devices and operating systems. The leading independent mobile advertising company's latest...

Android Dev Learns How Far is Too Far for Ad Revenue

The developer of a popular app that is used to turn off mobile data called APNDroid "learned his lesson" when he got his app pulled from the Android Market recently.

YouTube App Adds Music Videos, Pre-Roll Ads

Google's YouTube team announced Wednesday that a new set of music videos from the likes of Lady Gaga, Bob Dylan, and Kanye West, is now available to those using the latest version of the YouTube app, which requires Android 2.2 or higher. Previously, from major-music-label-backed video distributor VEVO, whose YouTube videos all include a short pre-roll VEVO branding ad, were not available via the app. Based on statements later in the announcement, it sounds like enabling those pre-roll ads was the key to adding VEVO's content to the app

Google Will Be King of Mobile Ads by 2011

As Gingerbread was announced today, every other piece of Google news that is presented to anyone will pale in comparison to Android 2.3. However, it may please many of you to know that Google, the wonderful creator of the thing we love, is predicted to pass Apple in Mobile Advertising in 2011 (which is really not that far away).

Android Preferred to iOS When It Comes to Ads

Chalk up another win for Android (however bittersweet it may be). The CEO of Pontiflex recently was quoted saying that Android was more important for mobile ads because it was so much faster in implementing ads.
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