The Google Mobile Ads SDK is offered for Android (through Google Play), iOS, and Windows Phone 8. Your use of the Google Mobile Ads SDK is governed by the Google Developers Site Terms of Service.

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The Google Mobile Ads SDK for Android is now a part of the Google Play services platform. It is no longer available as a standalone SDK.

See the setup instructions and reference docs for details on setting up Google Play services.

The Google Play services library does support devices that don't have Google Play, but the library cannot automatically update itself the way it does on devices with Google Play. To update such devices, you must manually update the Google Play services SDK in your app.

The Google Play services library does support publisher IDs from the legacy AdMob console, and is compatible with existing mediation adapters.

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5.3 MB

The iOS SDK utilizes Apple's advertising identifier (IDFA). The SDK uses IDFA under the guidelines laid out in the iOS developer program license agreement. You must ensure you are in compliance with the iOS developer program license agreement policies governing the use of this identifier.

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Windows Phone 8
258.1 KB

The Windows Phone 8 SDK is currently supported only in AdMob; it is not available for DoubleClick For Publishers (DFP) or Ad Exchange.

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Sample Applications and Analytics

We provide a number of sample applications to show how to use the Google Mobile Ads SDK to place ads into native applications. You can find these open source applications at these Github repositories: A useful accompaniment to the Mobile Ads SDK is Google Analytics which enables you to easily measure the success of your mobile apps. The Google Analytics Mobile Apps SDK is available for both Android and iOS development platforms.

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