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SKAdNetwork 2.2 Support ironSource iOS SDK 7.1.12+ supports SKAdNetwork 2.2

The ironSource SDK aligns with iOS privacy configurations, offering support for SKAdNetwork and Apple’s privacy manifest. Follow this doc to learn more about LevelPlay’s approach and solutions. 

Integrating your app to support Apple’s requirements 

  1. Integrate the ironSource SDK 7.9.0+
  2. Update your plist with SKAdNetwork identifiers
  3. Enable SKAdNetwork attribution
  4. Personalize your app’s message for Apple Tracking Authorization  
  5. Integrate the compliant network SDK and adapter versions

Update your plist with SKAdNetwork identifiers

Update your app’s info.plist with the network IDs of all of the ad networks you work with to allow ads to appear in your app.

ironSource SKAdNetwork identifier: su67r6k2v3.skadnetwork

Use the SKAdNetwork IDs Manager to get an updated list of all your ironSource mediated network IDs.

See Apple’s SKAdNetwork documentation to learn more.

Enable SKAdNetwork attribution in your application

Updating your code to support SKAdNetwork attribution, will allow your app to send attribution information if you decide to advertise it in other apps.

Update your app code to report Apple with registerAppForAdNetworkAttribution or updateConversionValue(_:)

You can read more in Apple’s documentation, under the section called ‘The advertised app’s responsibilities are to’.

Request Tracking Authorization

With iOS 14, Apple introduced a new mechanism for privacy and ad tracking – the App Tracking Transparency (ATT) prompt

If you want to request user authorization to access app-related data, make sure to include the NSUserTrackingUsageDescription key in your app’s Information Property List (info.plist).

You can  update the <string> </string> section with your personal message to be displayed for your users as part of the ATT prompt. 

<key>NSUserTrackingUsageDescription</key>
<string>Your Personalized Message here </string>

Learn more about Apple’s NSUserTrackingUsageDescription here