Tag Archives: admob_api_v1

Reminder to migrate to the AdMob API

Starting on October 12, 2021, developers will no longer be able to retrieve AdMob data from the AdSense Management API v1.4. Please start to migrate to the AdMob API which is generally available.

Where can I get my AdMob data?

After October 12th, 2021, using the AdMob API will be the only way you can access your AdMob data programmatically. The AdMob API helps app developers retrieve:

  • metrics that are consistent with the AdMob UI definitions and calculations
  • mediation reports that are not available through the AdSense API

What do I need to do?

Start migrating from the AdSense API to the AdMob API as soon as possible. If you do not complete the migration by October 12th, 2021, you will lose access to AdMob data through the AdSense API, which may impact your ability to make data-driven business decisions.

Follow the instructions in the migration guide to migrate your API workflow. Review these additional resources to support your migration:

Feel free to reach out to us via the AdMob API forum if you have questions or feedback regarding the AdMob API.

Reminder to migrate to the AdMob API

Starting on October 12, 2021, developers will no longer be able to retrieve AdMob data from the AdSense Management API v1.4. Please start to migrate to the AdMob API which is generally available.

Where can I get my AdMob data?

After October 12th, 2021, using the AdMob API will be the only way you can access your AdMob data programmatically. The AdMob API helps app developers retrieve:

  • metrics that are consistent with the AdMob UI definitions and calculations
  • mediation reports that are not available through the AdSense API

What do I need to do?

Start migrating from the AdSense API to the AdMob API as soon as possible. If you do not complete the migration by October 12th, 2021, you will lose access to AdMob data through the AdSense API, which may impact your ability to make data-driven business decisions.

Follow the instructions in the migration guide to migrate your API workflow. Review these additional resources to support your migration:

Feel free to reach out to us via the AdMob API forum if you have questions or feedback regarding the AdMob API.

Announcing new AdMob API methods and authorization scope

Today we are announcing the launch of two new features in the AdMob API:

  • New admob.readonly OAuth 2.0 scope
  • Inventory methods including list apps and ad units

New OAuth 2.0 scope

While the admob.report scope is only intended for reports, the new admob.readonly scope is intended for all read methods, including reports and inventory. We recommend using the admob.readonly scope as it can be used for all read only methods.

Scope Functionality
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admob.readonly See all of your AdMob data. This may include your account information, inventory and mediation settings, reports, and other data. If you agree, this app will be allowed to see, but not make changes to your AdMob data. This doesn't include sensitive data, such as payments or campaign details.
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admob.report See ad performance and earnings reports.

See publisher ID, timezone and default currency code.



New methods

We have added the following new methods to the v1beta AdMob API, which allow you to view your AdMob apps and ad units.

How can I start using the new methods and scope?

The beta is available to all AdMob users. You can start with the client libraries that we have created for you.

Where can I learn more?

Feel free to reach out to us via the AdMob API forum if you have questions or feedback regarding the AdMob API.

Announcing AdMob API v1 General Availability

Today we’re excited to announce the general availability v1 release of the new AdMob API. It allows publishers to programmatically get information on their AdMob account.

The AdMob API v1 release offers the following benefits for app developers compared with the existing AdSense API used to access AdMob data:

  • Retrieve metrics that are consistent with how the AdMob UI defines and calculates them
  • Retrieve mediation reports previously not available through the AdSense API

How can I get started?

The AdMob API is now available to all AdMob users. You can use the Getting Started guide and the client libraries to get started.

If you’re already working with the AdSense API, please refer to our migration guide to get started. Please make plans to migrate to the new AdMob API, as we will sunset access to AdMob data via the AdSense API in the fall of 2021.

If you have any questions, please contact us via the AdMob API Developer Forum. We will be able to provide suggestions on how to best migrate your workflow. We look forward to hearing your feedback.

Join the beta for the new AdMob API

Today we’re announcing the open beta release of the AdMob API v1. It offers a new and improved way to interact with AdMob reporting data programmatically.

Built with app publishers in mind, the new AdMob API will replace the need for you to use the AdSense API and provide enhanced capabilities to query AdMob reporting data. For example, unlike the AdSense API that uses different definitions of certain ads metrics for app publishers, the AdMob API includes metrics that are consistent with the AdMob UI.

The AdMob API v1 beta release offers the following benefits for app publishers:

  • Receive metrics that are more accurate and consistent with the AdMob UI.
  • Gain access to mediation reporting programmatically.
  • Integrate newer technologies like JSON REST into your product sooner.

We will continue to make improvements to the AdMob API and we encourage you to join the open beta now and provide feedback to influence the product roadmap before the general release.

How can I join the beta?

The beta is available to all AdMob users. You can start with the Getting Started guide or use the client libraries that we have created for you. Additional client library samples will be coming soon.

Where can I learn more?

If you have any questions or need additional help, please contact us via the forum. We look forward to hearing your feedback.