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Blog Exclusive - Smaato Banner Ads for Basic4Android

Hi all,

This blog, besides being a place for me to share experiences about the various mobile advertising implementations in my apps, it will also be a place where Basic4Android users can get some more useful stuff.

To start it off, here is Smaato's banner ad library. I can't say much about their performance as I have not implemented their ads in my apps. But it is another option for all you B4A people!

Also please note that I have not used it extensively. Ads are being shown, but I have not fully tested it. If you're using it, please do feedback. Use on your own risk!

If you're not a B4A user, but have experience with them, please share your experiences too!

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Stay tuned for more libraries!

Cheers! -Bill


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  1. hay iam beginner with B4A...do you have any library B4A...??? please send to me..

    thanks friends...

    supru_mk53@yahoo.com

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