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Blog Exclusive - InMobi Ads for Basic4Android

Ok, here is the first library of today. It is for InMobi.

In recent days/weeks, InMobi has been very very active in the mobile advertising world. They are an India based ad agency if I am not mistaken, with presence in many places around the globe.

The banner library has been available in B4A forum for a while now, but exclusive on this blog is a brand new version with full screen interstitial ads.

I've got one of the regulars here, susu, to help test it out, and we both realised that there is a lack of inventory for it right now. Maybe other locations would have a better fill rate for it?

>>Download Library<<
>>Download sample project<<

Do feedback if it works or not.

And to susu.. thanks for helping out with the tests!

Steps for fullscreen/interstitials:
1 - initialise
2 - LoadAd
3 - In event AdRequestCompleted, do ShowAd

In Manifest:

<!-- Mandatory activity declaration to show the Ad in the embedded browser -->
<activity android:name="com.inmobi.androidsdk.IMBrowserActivity"
android:configChanges="keyboardHidden|orientation|keyboard" />


Cheers!
-Bill

Comments

  1. Hi Bill,

    Thanks for the lib, but I do have some questions
    though.
    1. is there a sample code to integrate nicely in b4a.
    2. interstitials also for games?

    And off topic: you wondered why your soccer game went fine suddenly(trending).
    Well, the answer is easy...we soon have a UEFA
    European Soccer Championship going on,
    starting at 8th of June till July 1st(final).
    Popularity same as your Superbowl.

    gtrz
    Asmoro

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  2. Hi Asmoro,

    Sample project attached to the post above. It shows test ads with app id as what is given by inmobi for test purposes.

    When I change the test mode to false I am not getting any ads though, maybe lacking inventory. If anyone succeeds in getting an ad shown, please do let us know here :)

    And Asmoro, my soccer game was trending last year actually, not recently :P Lets hope during Euro2012 it gets a good boost!

    Cheers!
    -Bill

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  3. Hi Bill,

    Thanx once again and sorry..didn't read well
    that it happened last year.
    But nevertheless, you never know ....so good
    luck to you.

    grtz.
    Asmoro

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  4. Hi Bill,

    Thank you again for very useful library but I still didn't see new ads from InMobi. Maybe they got very low fill rate for this new kind of ad.
    Yes, Euro 2012 is a big chance for us, hope you guys can catch it soon :)

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  5. Hi Asmoro,

    Thanks for the luck, likewise to you! Will keep all updated on how it goes :D

    Hi susu,

    Too bad about the ad fill rates. I noticed Mobfox too now have interstitial ads. I will be looking into their implementation soon, hope the library will be out soon too :)

    Cheers!
    -Bill

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