Skip to main content

Notification Ads - Opt In Implementation

I have just updated my Classical Radio app with Leadbolt notification ads opt in added in. This app has has a very beautiful growth since launch. Check it out!

The implementation is done as such:

1 - Someone downloads the app and runs it for the first time.
2 - A welcome screen is shown, and at the bottom of the screen is a check-box stating to support the developer by opting-in for notification ads
3 - User continues with the app. The notification ad is only shown once per app launch.
4 - If a user does not want the ads anymore, the user can click the menu button on the main screen, and un-check the option for notification ads.

With this implementation I hope the revenue from this app would be good, and at the same time it wont make any users unhappy.

I'll keep you posted on how it goes!

In the mean time... help me further increase it's download count by downloading the app :P



PS - Check out the new updated GUI for Photo Story Camera FX!


  1. Hi,

    How did this work out for you in regards to the people that opt-in and negative reviews etc?

  2. Hi,

    It worked out really awesomely.

    You can check out all my music apps, for example this one:

    Revenue wise it is pretty good too.



Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Airpush Review - Where is the Promised CPM?

Hi all! How are you doing? Pretty tensed episode here on Airpush, and my opinion to the fact that they aren't playing fair to their developers. Are you using Airpush? If you are, how's your CPM been doing? Ever since you started? And if you are not, and you are planning to use it, what is attracting you to it?

A slow April - Is mobile advertising dieing?

Hi, and welcome to a brand new post. How is your April doing? For me, and many other developers, April has been a slow month. My revenues have gone down a bit. Not so bad though, I'll get to that later.

AppBucks Push and Icon Ads - Alternative to Airpush, Leadbolt, SendDroid and StartApp

We developers are always on the lookout for better monetisation options for our mobile apps. With the recent slow down on the mobile advertising scene after the December spending spree, people are starting to question the ad networks. The thing is, there IS a slow down across all networks. It is weird in that in 2012, my revenues kept growing in January and February. Well, it looks like advertisers are also getting savvier and better using their funds on ads. Let me introduce you to AppBucks (referral link).