Apple, on Tuesday, announced it has expanded availability of its iAd platform to a batch of 70 new countries, raising the total count to 95.
This is by far the largest expansion attempted by Apple increasing the number of iAd available markets to more than triple the number. The company had previously expanded iAd service to nine additional European countries including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, and Sweden sometime earlier this month, which brought the total at the time to 25.
The expansion will see Apple’s iAd service being made available in 70 additional countries across Europe, Asia, America, Middle East, Africa, and Australia.
“iAd is now available in 70 additional countries across the Americas, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Australia, expanding global reach to 95 countries. Ad campaigns can be created in minutes using iAd Workbench,” Apple noted in a post within its developer site.
There are even rumors which suggest that Apple might soon integrate Apple Pay with its iAd platform by including interactive buy buttons for advertised products. As per rumors, the system could roll out in time for the coming holiday season.