Two types of modal ads

We currently offer two types of modal ads: Sushi and Uramaki.
It's up to you to decide which one is better suited to your app's experience, or you can use both.
In both cases, you trigger the ad whenever you want.

It is also possible to set up a server-side toggle if you want to use one at a time, but implementing that toggle is left up to you. If you're using MoPub or another mediator, however, this can be done very easily by setting Uramaki parameters in the Custom Event Data class in the MoPub dashboard.


Sushi
Uramaki
AFAdSDKModalTypeSushi
AFAdSDKModalTypeUraMaki
A native, full-screen ad displayed over your application.
An interstitial with an experience similar to the task manager.
Think of it like a "commercial break", in which your app is paused.


Sushi

The Sushi is a native, full-screen ad displayed over your application.
The type of this format is AFAdSDKModalTypeSushi.


Sushi
Sushi (video)


Uramaki

The Uramaki is a native interstitial with an experience similar to the task manager on iOS 7. Think of it like a "commercial break", in which your app is paused.
The type of this format is AFAdSDKModalTypeSushi.

You can also use a timer (optional) if you want to offer your users a 'smoother' transition from your app to an ad.
The implementation of the timer is very simple: we provide a helper class. Please refer to the specific section in the Implementation Best Practices).


Uramaki
Uramaki (video), the timer is optional