Well the GDPR Consent madness continues...
I've created a small project that tests which platform (iOS/Android) you're viewing it on and displays the relevant ads for that platform. iOS automatically configures correctly, Android fails to configure until a button is pressed telling it to configure.
So far, the consent form automatically appears on iOS startup and gives the following options:
- See relevant ads
- See non-relevant ads
- No ad-free option as this is turned off
The Android version is set up exactly the same and gives the following options:
- No option to see relevant/non-relevant ads - just a message saying its displaying non relevant ads.
The iOS version although it configures and asks if I want relevant ads it very, very rarely actually loads banner or interstitial ads and when it does they're not relevant (adverts for gun shows in the US etc).
The Android version doesn't give me the option to select relevant ads, just non-relevant ads - BUT it does always load banner and interstitial ads plus they're relevant ads (ads for my local colleges and the theatre in my home town).
Ashley, Nepeo I still think there's a fair way to go on this plugin as the iOS version doesn't like loading banners plus there doesn't seem to be any logic or consistency as to what it displays in the final project from platform to platform.