I just sent my app for thunkable ad mob approval on Sunday Feb 6th. Obviously will be waiting in anticipation. This app has taken me a while to build, 2yrs off and on, while being a paying member since July 26, 2020. It hasn’t been easy, many bumps along the way, thunkable bugs to work through, my own bugs having to work through.
Special thanks to Thunkable employees and people here in the community for help along the way. Apologies if I missed anyone.
Can you give an outline of what issues you’re experiencing, whether they’re occurring in all your projects or just one and what the most recent changes you made to your project are please? ( ie if you revert these changes will if start working again for you?)
Hi @domhnallohanlon sure here are all the issues I encountered through this publish process. Is there someone I can get in touch with to address these issues? I haven’t found any content on your site to solve these kind of issues. Thanks.
It’s against their TOS to have multiple Google developer accounts, so you’re looking to carry out more cheating and fraud.
Why don’t you just act in a legal, ethical, and honest manner?
This kind of behaviour affects not only you (as everyone can now see the kind of person you are) but it can also affect Thunkable. Builders such as Kodular have been in trouble with Google because of the way their users acted (building earning apps, cheating with ads, trying to get round account bans etc).
I hope Thunkable staff think twice about approving your apps in future.
It’s interesting how you changed your story from admitting you tapped your own ads to saying Admob said you tapped them and that it was accidental.
The mods and Thunkable staff can see everything you wrote and as I said I hope they will think twice before approving your apps as this kind of cheating/fraudulent behaviour reflects on Thunkable X as well as you. Google know which apps are created using which builders.
Let’s try to keep this as a productive conversation.
@exploriverse.com very sorry to hear you’re having issues. Usually when an admob account is revoked, it’s a permanent thing. You may be able to appeal the revocation. Have you looked into this with google?
@jared Based on the email from admob there is no way to appeal. I just have to wait the 30 day suspension. In fact they locked me out of my admob account. This is not a release blocker for me, I’m going to release my app.
@domhnallohanlon I am confirming with you that it was the block errors that was causing the app to freeze or crash. I currently have the app running on ios testflight and android internal testing. I am very grateful for your responses. Cheers!