Mobile SDK Update: Supporting Promo Codes, Rate Scales and Deduplication

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Admitad affiliate network has released mobile SDK updates for iOS (v1.0.5) and Android (v1.5.1). Some of the features earlier presented in TagTag tracking code have been added.

The new developer tool version features support of promocodes and rate scales which will allow managing orders in the mobile application in a more flexible way.

Moreover, with the new SDK release we have taken another step towards transparent attribution: now the advertiser can set the channel parameter in order to avoid duplicate payment for the same order via different affiliate networks.

Finally, we are happy to announce that in the new version SDK has become even more convenient for developers: specialists have collected more ready-made code samples which can be used during integration.

Aleksandr Blokhin, Admitad CIO:

«We believe that this update will not only make the advertisers’ mobile application more attractive for publishers but will also allow advertisers to manage deduplication of orders and will reduce time and effort expenditures for technical integration»


After integration via Mobile SDK, the number of recorded target actions has increased up to 15%, depending on the advertiser.

Integration via mobile SDK will significantly increase attractiveness for publishers with mobile data which provided more than $150 million sales for Admitad advertisers in the first half of the year 2018.

Admitad Mobile SDK (software development kit) was presented in January 2018. It is a unit for application assembling which allows integrating any mobile application from Google Play or App Store with Admitad platform easily.

SDK provides tracking and statistics collection functions and enables tracking of application installations, user registrations, placement of and payment for orders, entries and reentries to the application.

Technical information for developers and advertisers in the open source format:

For more information refer to Admitad Help Center.

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