Appnext joins Corona Labs’ monetization suite

Appnext joins Corona Labs’ monetization suite

We are pleased to announce a new advertising provider in Appnext. Appnext has created a plugin for Corona Labs that allows you to show interstitial, video, and rewarded video ads to your app users, all with a unique twist.

With Appnext ads, you have a considerable degree of control over how the ads look and work. For instance, you can request video ads that are 15 or 30 seconds long. You can request ads that fall into certain categories or multiple categories. You can even control the style of ads by setting button colors, button text, the style and color of the “progress” indicator, and how long it takes before the “close” button shows.

Essentially, with Appnext, there is a wide variety of controls which you can use to customize the ad experience to make sure your user experience (UX) is as effective as possible. And, for each and every level of control, there are API calls to both get and set properties, so you can change the style and behavior of ads as the app runs.

“We are extremely pleased to be partnering with Corona Labs, which is an invaluable resource to developers,” said Appnext Founder, Elad Natanson.

“Mobile app monetization is a critical element of the gaming ecosystem and now, through integration with the Appnext platform, developers can have the same level of ease, speed and functionality when it comes to app monetization and user acquisition,” he continued.

To get started, sign up with Appnext, include the plugin in your build.settings file, require() it, and initialize it. Learn more about implementing Appnext by reading the documentation.

In summary

Appnext handles over 20 billion app requests a month from over 40,000 developers and 490 million unique users from 180 countries. Join us in the Corona Labs forums to discuss this exciting new monetization option!

Rob Miracle

Rob is the Developer Relations Manager for Corona Labs. Besides being passionate about helping other developers make great games using Corona, he is also enjoys making games in his spare time. Rob has been coding games since 1979 from personal computers to mainframes. He has over 16 years professional experience in the gaming industry.

  • Simon
    Posted at 04:58h, 29 July

    I like the look of this, will defiantly check it out. Thx all involved 🙂

  • Felix
    Posted at 19:34h, 11 September

    I like the up to 300 dollar bonus for Corona devs!

    Will definitely check this as well…