In-app advertising QML API beta now available, top developers making 40-60,000USD/month!!

| March 16, 2012 | 17 Replies

The Nokia Developer blog reports that the in-app advertising API (QML) is now available. Apparently top developers are making as much as 40-60,000 a month with in app ads. Are those the bigger name devs or smaller individual persons/teams? I wonder what they’d be making.

Nokia’s preferred in-app advertising solution provider, inneractive, recently announcedthat they have made a QML API available for their in-app advertising solution.

The new QML beta project, which is compatible with Qt and Qt Quick applications, was developed in-house by teams from inneractive and Nokia to provide developers with a seamless integration experience, along with a robust monetization opportunity.

For Qt developers with apps in Nokia Store, the opportunities continue to grow. As Daniel Kihlberg, Global Director Qt Ecosystem at Nokia states, “The 180 million Qt-enabled smartphones in the market, and the increasing popularity of Qt among developers have led to more great apps for Nokia users, helping drive Nokia Store to 13 million downloads per day.”

“By introducing a new Qt-based (QML) in-app advertising solution, we will make it easier for developers to capitalize on the installed and growing base of Nokia users worldwide – especially Belle UI users. The new revenue opportunities this creates will make Qt developers even happier.” Daniel added.

Among the huge install base of Qt-enabled devices developers can target is the new Nokia 808 PureView, which wowed Mobile World Congress last month, taking the top prize for the ‘Best New Mobile Handset, Device or Tablet at Mobile World Congress 2012′ in Barcelona.

“We continue to receive a lot of positive feedback from users about the new Belle UI,” Daniel added.

According to inneractive, top developers are making $40,000 – $60,000 per month with inneractive’s in-app ads. “Making this new in-app advertising solution from inneractive available to more and more developers will further strengthen developers’ monetization opportunities with Nokia,” Daniel said.


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