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Setup Admob App

Natively uses Admob service to integrate Advertisement for iOS & Android apps.
​Google AdMob makes it easy for developers to earn money from their mobile apps with high-quality ads. AdMob maximizes the value of every impression by combining global advertiser demand, innovative ad formats, and advanced app monetization technology.

Prerequisites

If you are new to Admob, it's recommended you read this first: What is Admob?​

Admob Integration

Integrating the Admob in your app comprises of the following steps:

1. Admob initial setup

Follow the guide by the Admob team to create and configure your app.
Or follow this short tutorial:
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  1. 1.
    Create your app by clicking the "ADD YOUR FIRST APP" button.
  1. 2.
    Select Platform (iOS/Android) and if your app is already listed in GooglePlay or AppStore. (If you have Android and iOS, you will need to add each app separately to Admob)
  1. 2.
    (1) If your app is already published, enter it's Bundle ID and click "ADD"
Make sure to link the correct app and click "ADD APP"
  1. 2.
    (2) Otherwise, if your app is not published, enter the App name and click "ADD APP".
  1. 3.
    Copy the App ID and go back to the Natively dashboard.

2. Connect Admob Apps with your Natively App

After successfully creating an Android or iOS app in the Admob, you need to link it with the Natively. To do that, follow these steps:
  1. 1.
    Open your Natively's app dashboard from the desktop
  2. 2.
    Go to Features -> Admob and enable it.
  3. 3.
    Enter your App ID (that you've copied in Admob) to relevant fields in the Natively dashboard.
And finally, order a new build. We will inject the following keys into your app bundle.

3. Add payment info

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4. Development

5. Testing

First, you need to add the test device. Go to "Settings" -> "Test devices" and click "ADD TEST DEVICE"
Fill in the device name, platform, and IDFA.
To get your device ID/IDFA you can download the AppsFlyer app for Android and iOS​
Next, you can start testing your app. Please read the Admob testing guides:

6. Release

Make sure to replace testing Unit IDs and create your own:
After finishing development, you will need to submit your app to AppStore / GooglePlay get it approved, and then click "Add Store". It will take ~1 day for the Admob team to review your app.
If you have more questions, please read the Admob FAQ page:
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