Andromo App Maker for Android version v3.3.0 has been released.

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Here is the list of changes in this version:

  • Added support for the Millennial Media ad network. Please see Setting Up Millennial Media Ads for more information.
  • Added support for hi-resolution app icons (xhdpi and xxhdpi formats). Upload a new icon (on the App Info tab) that is at least 192×192 in order to take advantage of this new feature.
  • Migrated AdMob to version 4.0 of Google Mobile Ads. This is the newest version of AdMob and will keep Andromo developers current going forwards. No changes are needed to existing apps using AdMob.
  • Added a bit of randomness to when an interstitial ad is shown, so that it does not always display when the first activity is selected.
  • Made it so Amazon’s app testing service will no longer incorrectly detect a podcast activity as a ringtone app, causing it to be listed as incompatible with Kindle devices in the Amazon app store.
  • Made it so choosing “Set as Ringtone” on a wifi-only device displays the message “Unable to set ringtone on wifi device” if the device reports its phone type as PHONE_TYPE_NONE.
  • Fixed an issue where a playlist would fail to download from the server based on the user-agent string. Made it so the app will retry with different user-agent strings if the first was unsuccessful.
  • Fixed an issue where an audio activity could show an empty list if the activity was stopped while it was expanding or saving a remote playlist.
  • Fixed an issue that was sometimes causing a “No track” popup message to be shown after rebooting an Android device without headphones plugged in. (Note: all apps on a device must be updated to prevent the popup from being shown.)
  • Fixed a bug where the second line of description text was being cut off on the List Dashboard.

Andromo App Maker for Android v3.3.0 is now live at www.andromo.com.

3 Comments

  • darryl says:

    Hi Ali,

    Could you instead submit your issue through our support page. From a quick test, I didn’t encounter any issues with Millennial Media and the dashboard banner image, so we’ll need further details about your settings.

    • darryl says:

      If instead you were referring to the width of the ad itself using Millennial Media, then yes, that is what will happen. While Millennial Media has different size banners depending on the screen size, they are not full width ads like AdMobs.

  • Ali says:

    Looks like ‘millennia media’ or Admob is causing the banner on the Dashboard not to fit the screen after the latest Andromo update. I said this because every time I try to add ‘Tapgage’ Ads to 1 of my Apps the banner on the Dashboard never fits the whole screen for unknown reason. Please fix.

    Tested on Samsung Galaxy S2 running Android 4.0.4

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