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Does this app use the Advertising Identifier (IDFA)?
Started by Hyunjoong Kim Apr 15 2014 07:08 PM

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Hyunjoong Kim

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Hi There!
 
I uses "AdMob" and "Corona Analytics"
 
Please answer the questions below.
 
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Does this app use the Advertising Identifier (IDFA)?
The Advertising Identifier (IDFA) is a unique ID for each iOS device and is the only way to offer targeted ads. Users can choose to limit ad targeting on their iOS device.

 
Yes or No
 

If your app is using the Advertising Identifier, check your code—including any third-party code—before you submit it to make sure that your app uses the Advertising Identifier only for the purposes listed below and respects the Limit Ad Tracking setting. If you include third-party code in your app, you are responsible for the behavior of such code, so be sure to check with your third-party provider to confirm compliance with the usage limitations of the Advertising Identifier and the Limit Ad Tracking setting.
 
This app uses the Advertising Identifier to (select all that apply):
 

[CHECKBOX]  1. Serve advertisements within the app
 
[CHECKBOX]  2. Attribute this app installation to a previously served advertisement
 
[CHECKBOX]  3. Attribute an action taken within this app to a previously served advertisement

 



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Annyeonghaseyo Kim Hyun-joong.

 

I uses admob and corona analytics too but I click No for Advertising Identifier (IDFA).

Honestly, I do not know.

 

But in the review notes i wrote "This app uses external ads - admob". 

 

Fortunately, my apps just got cleared by Apple.

 

Good Luck!

 

burhan



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Annyeonghaseyo Kim Hyun-joong.

 

I uses admob and corona analytics too but I click No for Advertising Identifier (IDFA).

Honestly, I do not know.

 

But in the review notes i wrote "This app uses external ads - admob". 

 

Fortunately, my apps just got cleared by Apple.

 

Good Luck!

 

burhan

 

 

Thanks for your reply.

 

My app got cleared by Apple. Too.

 

BUT.. I would like to know exactly.



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Burhan J

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So your app is cleared by answering yes or no to the IDFA question?

 

I hope coronalabs staff can help out on this. We would not want to break any license agreement with Apple.

 

 

burhan



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Chartboost uses IFDA (https://help.chartboost.com/documentation/identifiers)

 

 

Just uploaded my app. I marked Yes and only checked the first checkbox ("Serve advertisements within the app"). Let's see what happens.



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@Renato - Red Beach

 

So did it get accepted? I get rejected instantly with "invalid binary" which it says I use ads, but I am not using any at all or anything else, except twitter which I don't think falls under IDFA.



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Yes, I got accepted without problems.

 

Please see this thread where people are talking about that problem: http://forums.coronalabs.com/topic/47306-urgent-my-app-is-rejected-because-of-idfa-today-it-was-ok-two-weeks-ago/#entry244857




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