We got many requests from developers to extend the upgraded rates (up to $0.09) promotion in couple of days… you said, we did
We developed ad-units, including industry standard such as Interstitial ads and as well our proprietary ones.
We’re looking for beta testers towards our soft launch…
Payment: US installs = $0.05; non US installs = $0.01 + $50 fast acting bonus for developers who start sending traffic in the next 12H.
developers who will drive minimum of 10,000 installs until 01.10.13 (was 29.09 - Sunday) will get increased rates of: $0.09 for all US installs and $0.02 for all non US installs.
You can open an account here: AppGrade.comfor more details you can contact me @ [email protected]
Update 28.09.13 Promotion new deadline: 03.10.13
Minimum install needed: 5,000
Our dev team aware of this bug it will be fixed soon. but you can overcome it by adding your app and then see them by going to: application > all applications link at the left side bar.
if you have any trouble please contact me via Skype ID: rotemamar1
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I just integrated your SDK. I like how easy it is for a user to hide the widget if it’s in the way of something, way better than Mobario.
However, is there really any necessity to show an EULA and then immediately try to get users to install the Utilities plugin? Keep in mind that when users install a new app, they want to try THAT app, and not get derailed into installing a smartbar. I would recommend just showing the first EULA for the basic toolbar, and leave the upgrade pop-up for later on, when the user starts experimenting around with the smart-bar and tries to use a feature that requires the plugin. Or, you could just include all the features into the integration SDK, and save users the hassle and confusion.
I’d also like to ask how does a user remove the smart-bar permanently, if they don’t want it. I know it can be dragged to the “Hide” button but then it just goes into the notification bar, and can’t be cleared from there until the smart-bar is shown again. Since I don’t want users uninstalling my app just because they don’t want the bar, how does a user remove it permanently?