Mobile ad firm releases new SDKs and says customers are going cross-platform

‘70% of iPhone devs heading to Android’

70% of iPhone developers are planning to release apps for Android in the next six months, according to a new survey conducted by mobile advertising firm AdMob.

Its study also found that 31% of developers in its network are working on multiple mobile platforms today, and 47% say they plan to do so in the next six months.

58% of AdMob’s network currently develop mobile websites, and 49% of respondents say they have been developing for mobile for less than a year.

The survey results were released as AdMob unveiled new advertising SDKs for iPhone, Android and Flash Lite, as well as a set of new tools for developers.

Full story can be found over at Mobile Entertainment

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