Adding Banner Ads to Your App’s Dashboard = More Ad Revenue
One of the new features in v3.0.7 of Andromo is the ability to show
banner ads on your app's dashboard when banner ads are enabled. This new
option is enabled by default, so if it doesn't appeal to you, and you
already have banner ads enabled in your project, you can disable it in
your project's settings.
Why should I show ads on the dashboard?
Analytics data shows that 40.78% of all screen views are of the
dashboard. Such a large percentage of views can significantly increase
your existing ad revenue, or may tempt you to try out the Monetization
features of Andromo.
How do I enable ads on the dashboard?
This setting is enabled by default, so all you'll
need to do is publish a new version of your app in order to take
advantage of this feature. The setting only affects projects that have
"Banner Ads" enabled on the project's "Monetization" tab.
If you decide that you don't want ads to show on your app's dashboard, no problem, just uncheck the Show Banner Ads on Dashboard checkbox located in the "Dashboard Settings" of your project's "Dashboard" tab.
What does it look like on the dashboard?
Here are some examples of the banner ad at the bottom of the different dashboard types:
By the way, one question: would it be possible to fixate the ads in Audio Player activity? I have a list of 100 sound files in it and users don't see the ads probably 95 % of the time. They have to on top or on bottom of the list. This would be very useful, too.
Other that that, Andromo keeps getting better and better!