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2:50 pm on Sep 14, 2011 |
RIM has just introduced the BlackBerry Advertising Service via their Inside BlackBerry Developer Blog. This new service will allow developers to place advertisements into their applications to gain more revenue from their apps. As an example, you can see the ad for the BlackBerry PlayBook in the app screenshot above.
The BlackBerry Advertising Service SDK is available in Beta form to BlackBerry WebWorks developers. The implementation of this service takes less than 10 additional lines of code and can bring great revenue for developers. If you’re a WebWorks developer that’s interested in this great new service, you can sign up for access to the service and SDK at the link just below.
New service gives developers the ability to add advertisements from a large number of advertising networks in their applications, with only a few lines of code
San Francisco, CA – BlackBerry DEVCON 2010 – Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) today launched its advertising service for the BlackBerry® Application Platform. The BlackBerry Advertising Service helps developers integrate advertising in their BlackBerry® smartphone applications quickly and easily, while also allowing advertisers, agencies and brands to work with a broad selection of advertising networks.
“The BlackBerry Application Platform is providing a truly powerful foundation for our developer community. The BlackBerry Advertising Service offers developers a quick and easy way to integrate advertising in their applications. The service reduces the commercial and technical complexity of enabling ads within an application and offers developers a new avenue of monetization,” said Alan Brenner, Senior Vice President, BlackBerry Platform at Research In Motion.