admob&fan, could've made a lot more with a better cpm but it is what it is. Still doesn't make me install malware from my apps for 5 bucks a day. Geez!
Because after installing an app that uses tapcore, ads can appear anywhere in the ecosystem. It can appear while browsing chrome, while writing an SMS, while playing a game, after unlocking the phone etc. Usually, ads should not appear outside of the app because the user doesn't know the source of the ad and how to stop it. Imagine someone older who is just consistently getting 5 ads per day and obviously at some point gets annoyed because he can't find the source unless he uninstalls all apps from his phone or goes for reset. This is what tapcore basically does.
Last edited by JoePiscopo; 2017-02-19 at 09:44 AM.
You can also provide your user with our "opt-out" link as well. http://optout.tapcore.com/
Last edited by Tapcore; 2017-02-19 at 06:54 PM.
If not, this opt out story is just a cover for noobies, who don’t know how things should be. But maybe I am wrong, let’s ask virus companies what they think about your SDK? Of course you are not a virus or malware, you are right. But you are an adware, and you avoid saying that, but let’s try again. How many detections your SDK has right now?
Again, it is OK to do business as you can, but don’t be hypocrites with public you expect money from.
In the corner of every banner, interstitial and video ad, there is an opt-out button. Users have the clear option to opt out of our service completely each and every time an ad is served.
Users also have the ability to opt out at any moment using the following link as well from our website. Opt-out of mobile recommendations
Tapcore is not a virus, and actually serves a real purpose. It is similar to the Airpush Bundle 2 SDK, which made some people alot of money who are strongly utliilzing 3rd party markets (I know this because I am AirpushNick), where you don't have to deal with the iron claw of Google.
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