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Spingle Introduces a Platform that Streamlines App Ads

With Spingle, brands can reach mobile app users in two minutes.

Getting a brand’s online advertisement organized seems next to impossible. When a business has a search engine, email, online video, and display ads, optimizing them can be costly and chaotic. To put an end to this, software developer Spingle introduces its free platform that manages App ads campaigns of businesses.

Spingle’s goal is to create a platform that’ll unify major app advertising channels and simplify the campaign creation and optimization processes. This move allows the app advertiser to scale more. Currently, Spingle is compatible with Google Ads API.

Spingle also seeks to provide a better marketing experience to its users with its top-notch, premium tools & recommendations.

Since the platform is free, Spingle aims to assist app owners with zero marketing knowledge.

Spingle adds that the platform is very simple and easy to use. All the user has to do is answer their set of questions, create a campaign, and launch.

Once the ad is launched, it will be displayed to mobile users all over the world when they use Google Search, Gmail, YouTube, and Google’s Display Network.

Spingle doesn’t interfere or add charges on the app advertiser. All its current services are free, however, adding its soon-to-be-launched features will require a monthly fee.

For more information on Spingle, visit

About Spingle

Spingle offers all the tools that every business needs to make their app stand out. The company organizes a brand’s App marketing efforts in one place, allowing it to focus on the business while Spingle provides the marketing feedback.

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