There’s a new generation of ad-blocking apps on the market, and it’s bringing with it an increased focus on delivering better results.
These apps offer a number of different types of ads, and they all aim to deliver the same message: make sure you’re spending less time on your smartphone.
But they differ in their approach to delivering that message.
Some, like Optima Channel Manager, aim to make sure your ads don’t clutter up your app and other app experiences, while others, like Yield Optimizer, aim for less distracting ads.
We took a closer look at the two apps and how they differ, and what you need to know about each.
What is Optima?
Optima is a paid-for channel manager for the Android and iOS platform, which lets you manage your paid-series channels.
You can find out more about Optima by clicking here.
Yield optimizer: A free version of YieldOptimator that offers better performance Optima, the most popular paid-channel manager on the platform, has been around for a while now.
Its main feature is its ability to automatically remove all or part of ads from any ad-supported channel.
But it’s also a lot more advanced than Optima.
Here’s what you can expect: Yield can automatically remove any ad that’s not being served from a paid channel (the ads are still visible).
This is useful if you want to automatically add an ad to any paid series that you’ve opted out of (and which you no longer want).