Apple will soon start serving ads in the Today tab of the App Store | News

Whether you noticed it or not, Apple showed you ads in the App Store. However, the ads have been limited to the search tab and search results so far, but now that seems to be changing as Apple is reportedly showing more ads in other sections of the app store.

You will now see more ads in the App Store on iPhone

According to several sources, Apple will start serving more ads in the App Store. Apparently two new ad placements have been implemented and these will appear in the Today tab and on individual pages. Like those in the search bar and search results, these ads will appear distinctly.

An advertisement will be highlighted in a light blue tint and will carry “Announcement”. While in the Today tab you will see advertisements directly, in individual pages you will see advertisements under the “You might also like” section.

What’s great is that you won’t see any ads that the buyer wants to show, but the ads will be relevant to the user and come from App Store approved pages. So less spam and more quality ads that can work for you.

“Apple Search Ads gives developers of all sizes the opportunity to grow their business,” Apple told MacRumors, 9to5Mac and AppleInsider.

“Like our other ad offerings, these new ad placements are built on the same foundation – they will only contain content from the App Store’s approved pages of apps and adhere to the same rigorous privacy standards.”

Apple has not yet started displaying these additional ads in the App Store. The company plans to start testing the new ads soon.

As a reminder, Apple started serving ads in the App Store from 2016. With the new ad placements, it looks like Apple is planning to take more money in the name of personalized recommendations. However, at least we won’t get spam like ads elsewhere on the web.

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