Maybe I misunderstood this comment on the Mobile Ads integration page: "Amazon Mobile Ads API may be distributed through any Android platform as long as they are distributed through the Amazon Mobile App Distribution Program." What does this actually mean? EDIT: Here's actually explained better: "Submitting to Other Distribution Channels The Amazon Mobile Ads API can be used with apps that are distributed through any Android distribution platform. However, an app using the Amazon Mobile Ads API must be distributed through the Amazon Mobile Ad Distribution Program before it can be distributed through any other Android platform. Therefore, we recommend submitting your apps for approval through the Amazon Mobile App Distribution Portal before submitting them to other platforms." Message was edited by: monocube
Is it possible to add amazon mobile ads in apps uploaded in google play store without submitting it in amazon app store? Also, how to identify amazon mobile ads impressions in google play store and amazon app store separately?
Hi Aditya, Thank you for reaching out. Yes, you can Amazon Mobile Ads in the app distributed through other stores. You need to create an app in Amazon developer console and take the app key associated with it and use it with Ads SDK integrated in the apps what are targeted for other stores. Unfortunately there is no way to get the distribution market specific impression report at this moment for Mobile Ads.
We have a game on the Amazon store, with it's own application key, and we also have the same game available on Google Play. If we want to add Amazon Mobile Ads to our Google Play apps, where do we get the application key? Do we use the same one that we use on our Amazon store app? Or do we have to create a new app in our Amazon developer console, and use the application key from that (but presumably not upload any binaries to that application profile)?