Admob android sdk

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Expo

Expo includes support for the Google AdMob SDK for mobile advertising, including components for banner ads and imperative APIs for interstitial and rewarded video ads. is largely based of the react-native-admob module, as the documentation and questions surrounding that module may prove helpful. A simple example implementing AdMob SDK can be found here.

Platform Compatibility

Android DeviceAndroid EmulatoriOS DeviceiOS SimulatorWeb

Installation

Configuration

For the module to attribute interactions with ads to your AdMob app properly you will need to add a property to under . More info on where to find the app ID can be found in this Google Support answer. A sample valid would look like:

Usage

Testing

  • Here is the full list of Test IDs
  • Ensure you never load a real production ad in an Android Emulator or iOS Simulator. Failure to do this can result in a ban from the AdMob program.

Methods

Returns whether the AdMob API is enabled on the current device. This does not check the native configuration.

Returns

Async , indicating whether the AdMob API is available on the current device. Currently this resolves on iOS and Android only.

Asks for permissions to use data for tracking the user or the device.

iOS: it requires the message added to the .

Returns

A promise that resolves to an object of type PermissionResponse.

Checks application's permissions for using data for tracking the user or the device.

iOS: it requires the message added to the .

Returns

A promise that resolves to an object of type PermissionResponse.

setTestDeviceIDAsync(testDeviceID)

Sets the test device ID. For simulators/emulators you can use for the test device ID.

Arguments

  • testDeviceID (string) -- Test device ID.

AdMobBanner

servePersonalizedAds property

The default behavior of the Google Mobile Ads SDK is to serve personalized ads. If a user has consented to receive only non-personalized ads, you can configure the view to specify that only non-personalized ads should be requested. Adding property causes non-personalized ads to be requested regardless of whether or not the user is in the EEA. The default is — ads won't be personalized.

bannerSize property

Corresponding to iOS framework banner size constants

Prop valueDescriptionSize
Standard Banner for Phones and Tablets320x50
Large Banner for Phones and Tablets320x100
IAB Medium Rectangle for Phones and Tablets300x250
IAB Full-Size Banner for Tablet468x60
IAB Leaderboard for Tablets728x90
Smart Banner for Phones and Tablets (default)Screen width x 32
Smart Banner for Phones and TabletsScreen width x 32

Note: There is no and on Android. Both prop values will map to

Events as function props

Corresponding to Ad lifecycle event callbacks

Prop

Test ID

AdMobInterstitials

Methods

NameDescription
sets the AdUnit ID for all future ad requests.
requests an interstitial and resolves when or event fires. An optional object argument may specify value — then ads will be personalized.
shows an interstitial if it is ready and resolves when event fires
resolves with boolean whether interstitial is ready to be shown

Events

Unfortunately, events are not consistent across iOS and Android. To have one unified API, new event names are introduced for pairs that are roughly equivalent.

iOSthis libraryAndroid

Note that and are not exactly the same but share one event in this library.

Test ID

AdMobRewarded

Opens a rewarded AdMob ad.

Methods

NameDescription
sets the AdUnit ID for all future ad requests.
(async) requests a rewarded ad. An optional object argument may specify value — then ad will be personalized.
(async) shows a rewarded if it is ready (async)

Events

Events are based on native ad lifecycle

Test ID

Sours: https://docs.expo.dev/versions/latest/sdk/admob

Google Mobile Ads SDK for Android

Build status

The Google Mobile Ads SDK is the latest generation in Google mobile advertising, featuring refined ad formats and streamlined APIs for access to mobile ad networks and advertising solutions. The SDK enables mobile app developers to maximize their monetization in native mobile apps.

This repository contains open source examples and developer resources for both the Google AdMob and Google Ad Manager components of the Google Mobile Ads SDK.

To report SDK feature requests, bugs, and crashes or to browse SDK-related discussions, please use our Google Mobile Ads SDK Developers forum. The forum provides the latest SDK announcements and updates as well as technical SDK support for our Android developers.

Check out our developers site for documentation on using the Mobile Ads SDK.

AdMob

Advanced

  • API Demo: Java, Kotlin - Provides additional examples for both AdMob and Ad Manager to help improve your mobile app integration of the Google Mobile Ads SDK.
  • Banner RecyclerView: Java - Provides an example for displaying ads from AdMob Banner ads in a RecyclerView widget.

Ad Manager

Please check out our releases for the latest downloads of our example apps.

To file bugs, make feature requests, or suggest improvements for the Android example apps, please use GitHub's issue tracker.

For SDK support issues, please use the Google Mobile Ads SDK Developers forum.

Apache 2.0 License

Sours: https://github.com/googleads/googleads-mobile-android-examples
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Google Mobile Ads SDK - Android Mediation

The Google Mobile Ads SDK is the latest generation in Google mobile advertising, and features refined ad formats and streamlined APIs for access to mobile ad networks and advertising solutions. The SDK enables mobile app developers to maximize their monetization in native mobile apps.

This repository is broken into two sections:

Mediation Example

A sample project demonstrating how an ad network can plug into AdMob Mediation. The project contains a "Sample Ad Network" SDK library, as well as a sample mediation adapter and custom event implementation for AdMob Mediation capable of loading banners, interstitials, rewarded video, and native ads.

A test application is also included, and uses the Google Mobile Ads SDK to call into the adapter and custom event to test their implementations. It can be used during development to test new adapters and custom events, once ad units have been set up.

Mediation Adapters

Open source adapters for mediating via the Google Mobile Ads SDK. A list of these adapters is available on our Mediation page.

Prebuilt adapters

For prebuilt versions of these adapters, see the Google Maven Repository.

Documentation

Check out our developer site for documentation on using the SDK and our mediation developer guide for information on how to create an adapter. You can also join the developer community on our SDK forum.

Suggesting improvements

For feature requests, or to suggest other improvements, please use github's issue tracker.

License

Apache 2.0 License

Sours: https://github.com/googleads/googleads-mobile-android-mediation
AdMob Android Tutorial 2021- 01 - Integrating Mobile Ads SDK

Google AdMob Integration Guide

This guide instructs you step-by-step on how to set Admob live as an Ad Network on the ironSource Mediation platform.

⚡ Before you start Make sure you have correctly integrated ironSource’s interstitial, rewarded video or banner mediation in your application.
Google Ad Manager ads are served using the AdMob SDK.


Step 1. Create an AdMob Account

  1. To access AdMob’s ad inventory throughironSource‘s Mediation platform, you must create an account with AdMob. You can do so here.
  2. We recommend to adjust the time zone of your AdMob’s account to UTC to align with the ironSource dashboard. This will ensure accurate reporting. More info here.

Step 2. Create an Application and Ad Zone in Admob

Next, you must add your app and set up Ad Zones in your Admob account.

AdMob does not allow to set up more than 3 ad zones of the same Ad Type in the same setup.
e.g. no more than three Rewarded Video ads being setup is allowed for the mediation group.

Step 3. Activate AdMob in YourironSource Network Setup Module

Serving Admob’s ads through the ironSource Mediation platform has never been this easy. Sign in to your Google account when setting up Admob on the ironSource SDK Networks Setup and we’ll retrieve all the necessary parameters to run Admob’s Interstitials, Rewarded Video and Banners for you!

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There are a few pieces of data from your AdMob account which need to be inserted into yourironSource Network Setup Module in order for AdMob to work correctly in connection withironSource:

App ID

The unique ID assigned to your app on Admob’s dashboard.

API Key

This is a unique identifier for your Admob account, which allows ironSource Mediation Platform to import performance data from your Admob account to use in reporting & optimization.

Ad Unit ID

The unique ID assigned to your app’s ad unit on Admob’s dashboard.

Client ID

This is the unique identifier that specifies the relationship between your account and the ad unit.

Client Secret

This is the unique identifier that specifies the relationship between your account and the ad unit.

Refresh Token

This is the refresh token the client application already received.


Once you obtain this information, you must configure Admob’s Parameters in yourironSource Account. By adding the above information correctly, you will be able to take full advantage of Admob’s ad inventory and reporting data on theironSource Mediation platform.

      1. App ID
        To retrieve your App ID, go to ‘Apps’ tab on the left side bar on Admob’s platform and click on ‘App Settings’ .  You will then see the application’s settings, as well as the App ID.
        app-id
      2. Ad Unit ID
        To retrieve your Ad Unit ID, go to ‘Apps’ tab on the left side bar on Admob’s platform and click on ‘Ad Units’. You will then see the application’s ad units, as well as the Ad Unit ID.
        ad-unit-id
      3. API KEY
        1. To retrieve your API KEY, you must first create a designated project for your app on the Google Cloud Console. If this is your first time creating a project, you will be asked to agree to the Terms of Service. Provide a name for the project and click ‘Create‘. It may take a few minutes to set set up your new project.
          create-new-project-admob
        2. Go to Getting Started, where you should select “Explore and enable APIs“:
        3. Next, go to ‘Credentials‘ in the left sidebar.
        4. Select ‘Create credentials‘ and click on ‘API Key‘ in the drop-down.
        5. This will automatically create an API Key for you and present itironsource-platform-api-key
        6. If you need to retrieve it later on, you will find the API Key under API Keys in the Credentials section:
      4. Client ID & Client Secret
        1. To retrieve your Client ID & Client Secret, go to Google’s API Manager.
        2. Click on the API Project drop-down at the upper-left of the page, select ‘Create a project’ or select the project you already created for this app:1admob
          In the case you are creating a new project for this purpose,  provide a Project name, Billing account and Location in the dialog box that appears and click ‘Create’:
        3. In the left sidebar, select ‘Credentials’, then select the ‘OAuth consent screen’ tab. On this page, provide a Product Name. Click Save:admob-2
        4. In the left sidebar, select ‘Dashboard‘, and go to ‘ENABLE APIS AND SERVICES‘:
        5. Next, ‘Enable‘ the AdMob API:
        6. Select the Credentials tab in the left sidebar. Click the ‘Create Credentials’ drop-down and select ‘OAuth client ID’3admob
        7. Select Web application, and provide a name for your app.In the fields below, you must enter https://developers.google.com/oauthplayground for at least one Authorized redirect URI. For example:
          • Authorized JavaScript origins:
          • Authorized redirect URI: https://developers.google.com/oauthplayground admob-6
        8. Click ‘Create‘ and you will be presented with your ‘Client ID‘ and ‘Client Secret‘:
          Supersonic Mediation AM Client ID Secret
      5. Refresh Token
        1. To retrieve your Refresh Token, go to the OAuth 2.0 Playground.
        2. Click the settings icon in the upper right corner. Uncheck the box labeled Force approval prompt and check Use your own OAuth credentials. Input your Client ID and Client Secret:
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        3. Next, in Step 1: Select & Authorize APIS, enter ‘https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admob.report’ and click ‘Authorize APIs‘:
        4. Grant your project access to your AdMob data
        5. You should then receive the Authorization Code from Step 1 and will be able to click the Exchange authorization code for tokens button. Then you will get a Refresh token as well as an Access Token:
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Configure Admob’s Parameters intoironSource Account

Step 4. Add the Admob Adapter to Your Build

Important!

As of V17.0.0 (Adapter version 4.3.1 onwards), AdMob’s SDK requires publishers to add their AdMob App ID to the app’s AndroidManifest as a child of the tag:

<meta-data android:name="com.google.android.gms.ads.APPLICATION_ID" android:value="[ADMOB_APP_ID]"/>

Replace the “[ADMOB_APP_ID]” with the APP ID value you retrieve in step 3.

  1. Make sure you have the following lines inside  allprojects->repositories block allprojects { repositories { flatDir { dirs 'libs' } google() } }
  2. Add the following dependency into the dependencies block
    dependencies { implementation fileTree(dir: 'libs', include: ['*.jar']) }

Android

ironSource supports both Gradle dependencies and manual download mechanisms.

To integrate the Admob Adapter with Gradle:

      1. Make sure the following Maven URL exist in your build.gradle script of your app module (should appear only once for all the adapters). repositories { google() maven { url "https://android-sdk.is.com/" } }
      2. Add the adapter’s Maven name to your build.gradle script of your app module:
        implementation 'com.google.android.gms:play-services-ads:20.2.0' implementation (project(':admobadapter-4.3.22'))

To integrate the Admob Adapter through Manual Download:

      1. Download the Admob Adapter:
        Add the Admob Adapter to your build. You can find the latest Admob Adapter here.
        Important! The Admob Adapter Does not contain the Admob SDK. You need to additionally add the Admob SDK directly.
      2. Add the Admob Adapter to your Project:
        After you download the Adapter; drop the Admob Adapter jar into the libs folder in your Android Project.
        Supersonic Mediation Drop Libs
      3. Make sure you add the following to your Gradle build file under the dependencies section:
        implementation 'com.google.android.gms:play-services-ads:20.2.0' implementation (project(':admobadapter-4.3.22'))

Step 5. Update AndroidManifest.xml

As of ironSource Android SDK Version 6.17.0 (AdMov Android adapter version 4.3.10+), AdMob adapter will be released as AAR. Only if you intend to keep your Jar integration, please add the manifest.

Manifest Permissions:

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET"/> <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE"/>

Manifest Activities:
Add the following activities inside the <application> tag on your manifestAdditions:

<activity android:name="com.google.android.gms.ads.AdActivity" android:configChanges="keyboard|keyboardHidden|orientation|screenLayout|uiMode|screenSize|smallestScreenSize" android:theme="@android:style/Theme.Translucent" />

As of V17.0.0 (Adapter version 4.3.1 onwards), AdMob’s SDK requires publishers to add their AdMob App ID to the app’s AndroidManifest as a child of the  tag:

<meta-data android:name="com.google.android.gms.ads.APPLICATION_ID" android:value="[ADMOB_APP_ID]"/>

Replace the “[ADMOB_APP_ID]” with the APP ID value you retrieved in step 3.
Not doing so results in crashes originated with AdMob’s SDK. For more information please refer to AdMob’s guide.

Step 6. Additional Steps

Child-directed setting – COPPA

ironSource’s mediation platform lets publishers communicate AdMob Child-directed settings directly to the AdMob network.
This feature is enabled using ironSource SDK 6.14.0+, AdMob Android Adapter 4.3.9+.

Use the following syntax, to set AdMob setTagForChildDirectedTreatment with the parameter TAG_FOR_CHILD_DIRECTED_TREATMENT_TRUE:

IronSource.setMetaData("AdMob_TFCD","true");

Use the following syntax, to set AdMob setTagForChildDirectedTreatment with the parameter TAG_FOR_CHILD_DIRECTED_TREATMENT_FALSE:

IronSource.setMetaData("AdMob_TFCD","false");

To learn more about Child-directed settings Under AdMob network visit here.
here.

Users under the age of consent – GDPR

ironSource’s mediation platform lets publishers communicate with AdMob network, a Tag For Users under the Age of Consent in Europe (TFUA) request.
This feature is enabled using ironSource SDK 6.14.0+, AdMob Android Adapter 4.3.9+.

Use the following syntax, to set setTagForUnderAgeOfConsent with TAG_FOR_UNDER_AGE_OF_CONSENT_TRUE:

IronSource.setMetaData("AdMob_TFUA","true");

Use the following syntax, to set setTagForUnderAgeOfConsent with TAG_FOR_UNDER_AGE_OF_CONSENT_FALSE:

IronSource.setMetaData("AdMob_TFUA","false");

To learn more about Child-directed settings Under AdMob network visit here.
here.

Note:

Verify Your Ad Network Integration

The ironSource SDK provides an easy way to verify that your mediation integration was completed successfully. To verify your ironSource and additional Ad Networks’ integration, follow this document.

Done!
You are now all set to deliver Admob Ads within your application!


What’s Next?

To leverage additional mediation ad networks, integrate the adapters and follow our integration guides.

Sours: https://developers.is.com/ironsource-mobile/android/admob-mediation-guide/

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