June 24, 2014
StartApp has become the first ad platform to support Apple’s brand new, Objective-C based programming language called Swift. In this regard, the StartApp iOS SDK now fully supports the new language. Unveiled earlier this month at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), Swift is meant to streamline the development of iOS and Mac OS apps. It is intended as a high-level coding language which combines the power of Objective-C with the flexibility of scripting languages like Python and Node.js. By using Swift and moving away from the bug-prone and time-consuming Objective-C, Apple says iOS developers are now able to develop high-performing, functional apps more quickly and more easily. StartApp’s iOS SDK offers banner ads and full-page interstitials, which are displayed before or after an expected content page. It also provides a 2-D and a 3-D OfferWall. Take a look: http://youtu.be/bmjqNKgn3xw Until the end of July, iOS developers who choose to integrate their iOS SDK with StartApp will receive a $100 sign-on bonus. For more information, visit startapp.com. Founded in New York in 2010, StartApp currently partners with more than 100,000 applications, and has generated over 1 billion SDK downloads to date. See also: Swift, Apple's New Coding Language, Is 4 Years In The Making, Developer Recreates Flappy Bird In Apple’s New Swift Programming Language, and Apple Releases A Swift Programming Language Guide On The iBookstore.