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AdMob Mediation is a feature SDK that lets you serve ads to your apps from multiple sources, including the AdMob Network, third-party ad networks, and AdMob campaigns. AdMob Mediation helps maximize your fill rate and increase your monetization by sending ad requests to multiple networks to ensure you find the best available network to serve ads. The primary SDK category for Google Ads AdMob Mediation Adapters is Ad Network. It is integrated in apps on the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Based on downloads over the last 30 days, the most popular iOS apps on the integrating Google Ads AdMob Mediation Adapters are:

  • Subway Surfers developed by Sybo Games ApS in the Games genre
  • Candy Crush Saga developed by King in the Games genre
  • Fill The Fridge! developed by Rollic Games in the Games genre
  • UNO!™ developed by Mattel163 Limited in the Games genre
  • Magic Tiles 3: Piano Game developed by Amanotes Pte. Ltd. in the Games genre

Based on the number of iOS apps integrating Google Ads AdMob Mediation Adapters, it is Very Popular.

In the last six months Google Ads AdMob Mediation Adapters has more new installations than removals.

This SDK is most commonly used by iOS apps in the Games genre, followed by the Graphics & Design genre.

Based on downloads over the last 30 days, the most popular Android apps on the integrating Google Ads AdMob Mediation Adapters are:

  • Briefing developed by Flipboard in the News & Magazines category
  • Hill Climb Racing developed by Fingersoft in the Racing category
  • Shining wallpaper,4K HD developed by wenfei in the Entertainment category
  • Truecaller: Caller ID & Block developed by Truecaller in the Communication category
  • Candy Crush Saga developed by King in the Casual category

Based on the number of Android apps integrating Google Ads AdMob Mediation Adapters, it is Extremely Popular.

In the last six months Google Ads AdMob Mediation Adapters has fewer new installations than removals.

This SDK is most commonly used by Android apps in the Card category, followed by the Role Playing category.

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