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iAd target different window (iPad)

Hi All,

I've currently got a SplitView in my iPad app that I'm developing. I intend to put an iAd in the bottom of the masterView (left Column), as it's the perfect fit. All working ok, however when I click the Test Ad, it tries opening up in that window only.

What I'd like it to do is target the whole window or at least the detailView (right Column).

Has anyone had any success doing this?



— asked August 20th 2010 by Paul Pounder
  • iad
  • ipad
  • splitview

3 Answers

  • Can you put iad on iPad now? It's my understanding that IOS 4 version for iPad won't be here till November and adview only support device running >=IOS4.

    I am just curious if Apple would let you submit iPad-only app built with iOS 4? Let us know how that turn out. Otherwise, Titanium got a bug to fix.

    — answered August 20th 2010 by Daniel Lim
  • No you're right. But the iAd functionality works ok on the iPad Simulator.

    It'd probably get rejected. Be interesting if it would get accepted though once iOS4 is available on the iPad, using the current Titanium iAd functionality.

    To be honest my app probably won't be finished by the time iOS 4 is available on the iPad anyway :-)

    — answered August 20th 2010 by Paul Pounder
  • To be honest i would like to know too as i don't know one can submit iPad app built with IOS 4.0. Last time i check, 3.2 is still the only one that's supporting iPad.

    Yeah, i know, if that's the case, it's confusing why Titanium allow you to select 4.0 when building an iPAD-only app? There, i've seen many questions raise here regarding Ipad only built app with SDK 4.0. I would like to hear TI's folks comment on this, or anyone has successfully submitted iPad-ONLY app built with iOS 4.0.

    — answered August 20th 2010 by Daniel Lim
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