by Joe White
November 13, 2013
Apple's iAd Workbench, the program that allows registered developers to create and publish iAds for their iOS applications, has launched in a number of additional countries. The news comes from 9to5mac, which draws attention to Apple's iAd Workbench Web page. Here, the Cupertino, Calif. company explains the program in more detail, adding that the service is now available to access in the following countries: the United States, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia. Promising iOS developers the power to "create and manage campaigns your way," Apple explains:
Reach millions of iOS users with iAd Workbench, the simplest way to create, manage and optimize ad campaigns to promote your apps. Get started in just a few simple steps. Select the right audience for your app and set the best price for your business goals. Build customized banners in minutes. Track your campaign performance and drive downloads at the cost that works for you. From start to finish, iAd Workbench puts you in control.Mini campaigns start at just $50, and users of iAd Workbench can target iDevice owners based on their age, gender, their iDevice model, and their favorite iOS applications, as in the below image. For more international news, be sure to take a look at our weekly AppAdvice International column. See also: More Black Friday Apple Deals Announced From Best Buy, Walmart, Lions Gate And Reliance Team Up For "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" Mobile Game, and Ming-Chi Kuo Predicts A7-Powered Apple TV In 2014, HDTV Set In 2015.