spiny wrote:root it and put your own ROM on it.
AtariZoll wrote:For me the social/commercial aspect of this is most interesting. What makes those people. firms thinking that such way of advertising can pay.
troed wrote:From your description it sounds like you've installed ad-malware. They can seldom be found in the official Play Store, usually they come with apps sideloaded (installed from untrusted sources), a setting you have to manually enable.
spiny wrote:spiny wrote:root it and put your own ROM on it.
wongck wrote:spiny wrote:spiny wrote:root it and put your own ROM on it.
I do not think it is the OS, it is mostly apps that comes with ad.
Like for example. it was said that Flappy Bird makes $50K a day for in-app advertisement & ales.
This is the business model... you want to use, you do not want to pay.... the ad pays.
if you do not want ads... then you pay to buy the app.
wongck wrote:AtariZoll wrote:For me the social/commercial aspect of this is most interesting. What makes those people. firms thinking that such way of advertising can pay.
That's where you are wrong. It pays either way.
I do not think the app developer thinks anyone will pay... and that's where the ad comes in.
The ad is paying for it to be put there.
So win-win for the developer, user do not pay but advertisement will.... and he can pop a ad every few mins so that he gets the ad to pay him.
If user do not want ad, user pay for a ad-free app.
Good business model.
wongck wrote:Thank you for correcting my bad English.
Since you already well verse with the concept I will not bore you any more.
Fortunately for me my bad English took me to places where I worked in Millicent project in the early 90s.
This project is one of the great (may be one more great) grand father of internet payments concepts/schemes where all ad eyeballs and clicks can be monetized. So I do not need anyone telling me more.
AtariZoll wrote:Yes, that answered all my questions Advice: if you can not understand what people asking here, please don't write in thread.
troed wrote:What really is the topic? That you install malware on your phones and then complain about the OS makers?
But, if you're really interested in knowing why companies put such intrusive ads there, they don't. Usually the companies pay for getting their ads onto real proper ad networks, and shady developers pretend to do so but in reality they put their ads into ad-malware. The advertisers only see clicks, and think the clicks came from properly done advertising. The shady developers get their revenue.
Advice: Don't install malware and then whine about it.
AtariZoll wrote:don't reply if you have nothing constructive to say.
AtariZoll wrote:Nobody wrote a word about core of topic - why they use, or why they pay this way of advertisement ?
AtariZoll wrote:then I'm who know
AtariZoll wrote:They pop up everywhere, any time.
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