Teads allows you to integrate a single SDK into your app, and serve premium branded "outstream" video ads from Teads SSP ad server. This sample app includes Teads iOS framework and is showing integration examples.
⚠️ Important ⚠️
In Xcode 13, Apple introduced an option to override the version number of every plist present inside your app (https://developer.apple.com/forums/thread/690647). Even those from third parties frameworks like TeadsSDK. We used to rely on the plist to retrieve the TeadsSDK version. To prevent this, we changed the way we checked the SDK version since version 5.0.6. So please update your integration to at least version 5.0.6.
Xcode 13 + iOS 15 device
You can still build and publish your app using Xcode 12 with older versions than 4.8.8
Integration instructions are available on Teads SDK Documentation.
TeadsSDK v5 introduces some changes regarding v4, see Migration Documentation
Clone this repository, open it with Xcode, and run project.
Teads SDK is currently distributed through CocoaPods. It includes everything you need to serve "outstream" video ads.
To install the TeadsSDK just put this on your podfile, if you've never used cocoapods before please check the offical documentation.
pod 'TeadsSDK', '~> 5.0'
On your terminal, go to the directory containing your project's
.xcodeproj file and your Podfile and run
pod install command. This will install Teads SDK along with our needed dependencies.
pod install --repo-update
SPM is a tool for managing the distribution of Swift code. It’s integrated with the Swift build system to automate the process of downloading, compiling, and linking dependencies. To integrate TeadsSDK into your Xcode project using SPM, specify package repository url :
Then select latest version available
Teads SDK supports the IAB Open Measurement SDK, also known as OM SDK. The OM SDK brings transparency to the advertising world, giving a way to standardize the viewability and verification measurement for the ads served through mobile apps. Teads is part of the IAB's compliant companies.
See changelog here.