Updated Admin Panel Android App Bows

ExoClickAndroidAppBARCELONA, Spain – A “substantial update” to the Android app connecting an ad network’s clients to their admin panels includes enhancements to improve workflow on the go, a company spokesperson said.

The user interface anchoring ExoClick’s Version 2.0 app has a new look and feel and may be viewed in vertical or horizontal format. An upgraded menu makes it easier to navigate the system on smaller screens.

“Now we can say that the ExoClick platform is truly mobile,” said founder and Chief Executive Officer Benjamin Fonzé. “This software update has been designed to give our clients the same user experience to working inside their admin panel from their desktops.”

Data filters have been improved, allowing users to slide their screens to the left to scroll through the various options.  As users scroll, the filters automatically change colour for easier recognition and faster workflow, and the screen can also be finger pinched to zoom in on graphs and charts, enabling deeper analysis.

The app also allows for multiple account management, so clients can switch through each of their accounts to monitor progress without having to log in each time. Mobile PayPal payments have been integrated so advertisers can fund their accounts directly from their android devices.

In addition, advertisers will receive push notifications so they can stay on top of their campaigns. Messages include notification when their advertising balance is low and when their campaign or a global account has reached its daily limit. Publishers will be notified when their accounts, sites and apps have been approved so that they can immediately begin monetising their publishing platforms.

“We are continually investing in technology in order to provide our clients with the best tools so that they can maximise their revenues with our ad network platform,” Fonzé said.

To download the ExoClick Admin Panel Android app, click here.


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