Apple Inc. (AAPL) Hires Adobe Executive Todd Teresi to Run iAd

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has hired Todd Teresi, an executive from Adobe to run their iAd program which launched over a year ago. Since then, the iAd program has disappeared from the forefront of Apple’s iOS software. During its launch, iAd was included in almost all third party applications in the … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iAd not for iPhone / iPad Apps Targeting Kids

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Macstories recently reported on a fellow Apple app developer,Mike Zorner, whose app, Dex, hit rock bottom with an iAd fill rate of 0%. This made Zorner curious as to what was causing his iAd fill rate to drop so suddenly. When Zorner emailed Apple, he received the reply below. Bummer. … Read the Full Story →

Apple to introduce iAd for Video Content?

Publishers who want to deliver premium content/service to their audience for free often have to rely on advertisements. Serving ads for publishers providing video content is very limited on Apple’s iOS devices due to the absence of Adobe Flash, however this might change as Apple is rumored to be working … Read the Full Story →

Apple iAd Gouges Other Advertisers for Mobile Ads Market Share

When Apple introduced iAd there were plenty of the usual nay-sayers around to predict that Apple’s foray into mobile advertising would not end well. And initially Apple seemed to be positioning their iAd advertising network to be a monopoly they controlled on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. They seemed … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iAd now allow in-app downloads

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During WWDC 2010 Apple introduced its mobile ad network for iOS devices called iAd. According to Steve Jobs the new interactive ad network for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad would provide developers an additional source of income and enable them to develop more free apps by integrating iAds. The initial … Read the Full Story →

iOS 4 to be Available For Apple iPad In November

This Thursday, iAds will go live on iOS apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch. iAds, as Steve Jobs put it, will deliver “interaction and emotion,” to the mobile advertisment experience. Advertising Age reported that “a check-in with declared iAd advertisers found that many are still in the early stages … Read the Full Story →

Apple and Friends Keep an Eye on You With iOS 4

iOS 4 went live on June 21 around 1PM EST. The update is jam-packed with over 100 new features including multitasking and folders. Before updating you were met with Apple’s new Software License Agreement, which I’m sure all of you were quick to accept. I was lucky enough to grab … Read the Full Story →

First iAd placeholders spotted in iOS 4 Apps

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With iOS 4 going live today expect to see a lot of iAds in apps in the coming days on the iPhone and iPod Touch. At the moment iLounge are reporting that apps from Avantar, who produce OneTap Movies and Yellow Pages, have placeholders for iAds showing up in them … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iAd to be a Premium Mobile Ad Service

The Wall Street Journal is reporting some interesting, and I think quite exciting, news about how Apple intends to position its iAd service. I have been saying for quite some time that I believe that Apple’s ad service would have to conform to some pretty high standards for Apple themselves … Read the Full Story →

Apple iPhone Developer Clause 3.3.9 iAd Competitive Advantage

Apple was very clear in it’s statement of intent about iAds and iPhone OS 4.0. The company stated that it would not prevent third-parties from providing advert services to developers creating apps for it’s platform. However, taking a closer look at the new iPhone Developer Contract, there is another clause … Read the Full Story →

“iAds” coming to Apple iPhone or iPad near you soon

As we mentioned in previous weeks, when reporting on Admob’s market penetration figures, Apple is set to launch it’s own ad service very soon. This is off the back of their rather clever purchase of Quattro Wireless, while Google still waits to complete it’s purchase of AdMob. From sources speaking … Read the Full Story →