The publisher portal is your home base for everything StartApp related. Here, you will be able to see and access all of the information you need related to your StartApp account.
The portal is broken down in 5 sections which you can access using the menu of the left-hand side of the page:
Analytics is the home page of the publisher portal. When you log in, this will be the first page you see. On the Analytics page, you will be able to see your statistics for all of your apps or mobile pages that you have uploaded to the portal.
For more detailed information about the Analytics page, click here
2. Apps & Sites
On this page, you will be able to see a list of all of your apps and mobile webpages that you have uploaded the the publisher portal.
You can filter your apps by platform by clicking on the drop-down menu labeled 'All Platforms' (circled in red above), or by active or inactive apps by clicking on the drop-down menu labeled 'Active Apps' (circled in green above). You can also use the Search box to find a specific app quickly (circled in blue above).
From this page, you can also add new apps to the publisher portal by clicking on the yellow + sign.
From this page, you can also edit any existing apps.
The Payments section is broken into two sections: Payment Reports and Payment Settings.
In the Payment Reports section, you will be able to see a detailed report of all of your transactions with StartApp as well as a detailed report of all of your current and past earnings.
On this page, you will be able to invite friends and fellow developers to our popular referral program.
If you are already participating in our referral program, you will be able to view track your referral bonuses on this page as well.
For more information about the referral program, click here
5. Resource Center
In the Resource Center, you will be able to find all of the technical files and documents you need to integrate StartApp successfully into your apps or mobile webpages.
To find the resources you need, you will first need to choose which platform you are using:
When you select a platform, you will be shown a list of SDKs and mediation options that are available for that specific platform. We will use Android as an example:
Now, we will be able to view the Android SDKs. You will see each SDK along with the SDK version (circled in red), the SDK Integration Manual (circled in green), and demos on Github (circled in blue, if applicable)
You will also be able to view and download any available mediation options
Clicking on the blue Download button will begin a download of the SDK .zip file. You can view step-by-step instructions of how to integrate the SDK by clicking on SDK Integration Manual