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There’s been a rumor running rampant on the interwebs that yet another new advertising platform for the Android operating system and Jack Wallen looks into the rumor and concludes that (at least on the surface) it is nothing but that… a rumor.
Glance, the lock screen content platform is reportedly coming to Android devices in the U.S., and we can say within the upcoming two months about the launch deadline.
Previously, Google updated its in-built password manager, and this new update includes many new enhancements and a shortcut for the Android smartphone homepage.
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Android Users In The US Will See Ads At Lock-Screen
Android phone users could be faced with ads on their Lock Screens soon enough, with one company already working with wireless carriers with plans to launch personalized content on a number of devices starting next month.
The tech, created by Glance which is a company owned by ad outfit InMobi, is already pushing content to 400 million Lock Screens across Asia according to a TechCrunch report — and now it’s setting sights on the United States. But don’t worry, iPhone users. This is only going to affect Android phones.
According to the company itself, they have zero intentions of bringing advertising to the Android lock screen. But I do get it… companies have to keep the lights on, and ads have always been the easiest (although not always most successful) means of monetizing just about any online thing. However, recent news about the Android lock screen concerned me more.
Before I continue, know that Glance has responded to many accusations that have been springing up around the globe. Their responses are thus (taken directly from their site):
Content will include “media and current affairs content” as well as casual games right to Android Lock Screens, according to the report. It seems like a small jump from a news article to an ad, though.
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