Download for Android SDK Version 6.0

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The newly designed AdTiming Mediation SDK (Version 6.0.0 and above), equipped with smart ad inventory and optimized SDK initialization & pre-loading mechanism, provides the best mediation solution for app developers. 

For Rewarded Video and Interstitial Ads, this SDK will maintain an ad inventory automatically to improve ad availability by way of caching ads regularly, pre-loading after initialization, loading after ad served and timed loading etc. The Application has no need to invoke loadAd() method to cache video and interstitial ads  anymore with version 6.x.x. The new APIs are easier to use.

 

Download Android SDK Version 6.0+

Guidelines for Android SDK Version 6.0+

 Important Changes!

1. With smart ad inventory mechnisam the SDK will cache ads automatically to help improve the availability of ads. You have no need to invoke loadAd() method to cache ads for rewarded video and interstitial yourself with version 6.x.x.  There is no loadAd() method anymore.

2. Optimized SDK initialization mechnisam. You can initialize ad units and pre-load ads respectively. The legacy way to initialize SDK is still in use.

3. The Application Program Interface has been totally redesigned. Singleton model has been introduced, and the package and class name have been changed. We strongly recommend you read the help center's documentation, including the integration guide, ad unit API, mediation network guide etc., carefully before downloading and integrating the SDK, serving ad units, and mediating ad networks. Follow the instructions in the documentation to avoid errors.

4. A new concept Scene has been introduced for rewarded video and interstitial ads. It is used to represent different ad scenarios in your app. You can use Scene-based frequency control, user rewards, and data statistic. Go to AdTiming UI to create multiple Scenes in Settings of Placement.  An extra Scene parameter has been added to the interface of rewarded video and interstitial ad Listener, as well as showAd() method. Refer to Ad Unit for more information.

 

 

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