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Google’s Adsense and YouTube apps feature unified account sign-in

If you’ve recently downloaded Google’s new Adsense app, and the latest version of the YouTube app, you may have noticed that you didn’t have to sign into both of them—just one or the other. That’s because they feature new unified account sign-ins.

Several users have noticed that Google has switched on shared account logins for the latest version of its YouTube app, as well as Adsense. This means that logging into one will automatically log you into the other without the need to enter account info…

Google releases official AdSense iPhone app

Hot on the heels of releasing the official AdSense app for Android last week, the Internet giant Google today announced the software’s availability on Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch devices. The app lets you access your AdSense account and view reporting data, including the key earnings information, top custom and URL channels, ad units and sites reports, payment alerts. I’ve included more information and a few screenies below…

Google now lets iOS app promoters measure downloads from in-app ads

Google today announced an interesting change for developers who inject in-app ads via the search company’s AdWords platform. Apps that show Google’s display ads can now track downloads that occur when a user hits the in-app ad promoting a third-part iOS app. This feature was previously available to Android customers only. This requires a minor work on part of developers who are required to integrate an SDK into their warez, in addition to a small snippet of code.

The snippet is available in the AdWords interface on the wen, in the same place where advertisers have been able to codelessly track Android downloads. In comparison, the same solution on Android only needs a new conversion in a developer’s AdWords account…