Going global with a redesigned Bing Ads for iOS, Android coming soon
August 03, 2015
Today, we are excited to get Bing Ads for iOS in the hands of every advertiser on the go, worldwide. For our existing customers, your app will be automatically updated via the App Store. For those who are hearing about our #bingads iOS app for the first time, we encourage you to add it to your #sem #paidsearch utility belt so you can quickly monitor and check your campaigns whenever you take a break from checking in on #ppcchat.
Back in April, we announced our splash into the App Store with Bing Ads for iOS. Since then, we’ve heard your feedback, listened to your feature suggestions and made improvements. Now, you have access to richer performance metrics and can get more visualizations of your campaign performance data to make more informed decisions.
Here’s a recap of what’s new in Bing Ads for iOS:
- See performance graphs at any level: campaign, ad group, text ad, or keyword.
- Select up to two metric tiles above any performance graph to view performance data for two metrics at a time. For instance, you can see how your clicks and conversions trend over a period of time.
- Enlarge any performance graph by changing your phone’s orientation to horizontal or tapping the icon in the bottom right.
- Learn everything about Bing Ads for iOS on our website.
But wait there’s more! Our team has an Android app experience in the works and we can’t wait to share it with you. We are looking to you, our customers, to pilot with us and would love to hear from you as we expect to release our Android app to all English markets within the next few weeks. Please contact email@example.com if you are interested in participating in the Bing Ads for Android pilot.
Here are a few quick teasers of our Android app:
We're always looking for feedback on how we can improve our apps to help you do more and work less. We encourage you to write us a review in the App Store or send the team an email with your thoughts: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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