FAQFriday, October 23, 2015 4:22 PM
What is an API key?
The API key is a unique alphanumerical string given to you after creating an app on the Appsfire Dashboard.
This key will allow you to connect to our API via the SDK client.
What versions of the Android SDK are supported by the Appsfire SDK
The Appsfire Ad SDK requires API level 9 (Android 2.3, Gingerbread) and supports SDK versions 9 and above. We also currently recommend that you set a max SDK version of 19 (Android 4.4, KitKat) or lower in your app's manifest, just to be future-proof.
How many times a day can the "modal ad" be displayed?
We implemented a sophisticated capping system in order to optimize advertising performance. For example, the "modal ad" can be displayed several times a day, but not necessarily two consecutive times within a few minutes.
However, to help you implement and test the library in your application, the "debug" mode won't be affected by this capping system.
What happens if a modal ad is being displayed and app goes to background?
We dismiss the ad and the eventual in-app overlay that were displayed. That way the user won't be stuck in an ambiguous state.
Can I stop the ads server-side?
In case you would like to stop presenting ads without sending another build, you have a checkbox in your Dashboard, section Manage Apps, which allows you to do so!