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Google brings AdSense app to iPhone

updated 02:29 pm EDT, Mon August 5, 2013

Follows Android release last week

Google has posted a native iPhone version of its AdSense app. The release follows a week after the launch of the Android app, which was the first official client for AdSense users. On the iOS App Store, some third parties have already been offering their own clients, paid and free.

AdSense is Google's web advertising platform. The app lets users track various metrics, such as daily and monthly income versus previous periods, and which sites and ads are the most successful. An alert system notifies users about payment status.

The app is a free download, and works on iPhones and iPods running iOS 6 or later. At the moment, there's no native iPad interface.



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