AndroidAuthority.com reports over 10,000 Android apps for Airpush

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I’m only here to share a quick news that will make Airpush and Android enthusiasts happy.

Airpush

According to an article published on AndroidAuthority.com, Airpush surpassed 10,000 Android Applications. Developers using Airpush to monetize and distribute their Android applications seem to be quite satisfied with the SDK, showing a growth of over 20% per week.

Airpush converts into substantial earnings for Android apps developers. In October, the range of CPM reached over $12 – a lot higher than other ad networks, including Admob. We don’t need to mention the huge benefit this vertical growth is having on young generations and their programming skills. Certainly Airpush constitutes a big incentive to apps programming.

With over 500 developer registrations per day, Airpush is a growing community that may soon monopolize the mobile ad industry. We’ll see what happens next.

Originally posted on: Written on December 17, 2011, Saturday

Luana Spinetti freelances as a writer, an artist and a designer/coder for WP and HTML5 themes. She loves Web Marketing for the creativity outcomes it produces and its power to bring people together. Contact Luana on Diaspora or via email here at n0t SEO.

2 responses to “AndroidAuthority.com reports over 10,000 Android apps for Airpush”

  1. Nydia (1 comments) says:

    Amazing! This blog looks exactly like my old one! It’s on a entirely different subject but it has pretty much the same layout and design. Outstanding choice of colors!

    • Luana (4 comments) says:

      Hi Nydia!

      That’s because I’m using a web template provided for free by Topblogformula.com :-) I’ll be using this layout until I find a gap in my schedule to design my own. I love web design, but time on my hands has been pretty scarce over the last months.

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