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Admob and iAds

Since iOS versions <4 don't support iAds does Apple allow you to also integrate AdMob ads for those devices?

— asked September 2nd 2010 by John Welch
  • admob
  • iads

7 Answers

  • This is interesting. Is there a tutorial/write up on how to use it?

    The readme file mention something like StoreKit and instructions to install but where do I look to find out how to use it?


    — answered September 4th 2010 by Peter Lum
    • Sorry, I put wrong URL.

      http://github.com/masuidrive/TiAdMob4iPhone is correct.

      — commented September 4th 2010 by Yuichiro MASUI
    • Masui, I downloaded the project from source and ran build.py and I got a bunch of "No such file or directory" errors.

      — commented September 12th 2010 by John Welch
    • Tried it and got no where. I think I will need a step by step instruction to install the module.

      — commented September 19th 2010 by HC Yen
    • If you have problem with space in "/Application Support/" folder. Once you enter re-enter/fix the folder name - it works fine.

      — commented December 30th 2010 by Alex Kouznetsov
    • This module is great! I couldn't get iAd to work so I had to resort to AdMob. Thanks for posting!!

      — commented February 21st 2011 by Jaime Fuhr
    • how can i fix this error: xcodebuild: Error:
      the directory /Users/klaus does not contain an Xcode project

      — commented February 26th 2011 by ben roe
  • I have admob integration for iPhone.


    If you have a interest, please check this URL.

    — answered September 3rd 2010 by Yuichiro MASUI
    • oh wow, Masui, that looks very interesting. Thanks for sharing that!

      — commented September 3rd 2010 by karlo kilayko
    • brilliant! thank you so much!

      — commented November 4th 2010 by david hoare
  • So you can use both of the Ad providers on a single app depending on OS version?

    — answered September 2nd 2010 by John Welch
    • correct. just detect if it's less than 3.2 and if it is, then use adMob if it is > 3.2 , use iAds

      — commented September 3rd 2010 by danno watts
    • Danno for some reason I cannot get the code to detect if it is not iOS4 run Admob…. Do you have an example if statement?


      — commented September 10th 2010 by Jeffrey Messick
  • How are you guys integrating AdMob? I had written a (probably overcomplicated) bit to display AdMob in a webview and catch touch events (which then expanded the webview to fullscreen), but I ended up never using in because Ti added iAd support.

    — answered September 3rd 2010 by karlo kilayko
  • Works Great. Thank you!
    I did some testing - the iAds Fill rates for my app were low (<10%), since the ads are served only to English-speaking countries. So I set the AdMob as secondary ad of choice when iAds are not available.

    — answered December 7th 2010 by Alex Kouznetsov
  • Hey guys. how can I detect if the iad didnt load and if not show an admob ad. Whats the proper way of knowing if that iad didnt load?


    — answered March 6th 2011 by Dave F
  • you can integrate admob , yes.

    — answered September 2nd 2010 by danno watts
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