Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices. Ads CPM and CPC Calculator is offered by Ignitetm. Last Updated: February 18, 2012. Current Version: 1.0.3
Ads CPM and CPC Calculator is the FIRST advertising calculator that lets you compute eCPC, eCPM, conversion rate, CTR, cost per conversion and campaign cost. You will never need to do tedious hand calculations again.
Ads CPM and CPC Calculator comes with three calculators: Ad Rate Calculator lets you estimate the campaign cost by CPM and CPC. Ad Inventory Calculator estimates impression and clicks given the budget. Ad Spent Summary Calculator computes eCPC, eCPM, conversion rate, CTR, cost per conversion and campaign cost.
IDEaS – Allows you easily create, modify and compile AS files on the go.
IDEaS – IDE for ActionScript on Android. Allows you easily create, modify and compile AS files on the go. Instead of playing Angry Birds you could be programming the next best game 🙂 Mostly based on MiniBuilder (the engine behind wonderfl).
IMPORTANT NOTICE!!! currently the compilation is switched to local so no external libraries are supported for now.
Sorry for inconvenience, and please stay tuned for the update.
Main features: 1. Code highlighting. 2. Code completion. 3. On device compiling. 4. Hints for function arguments 5. File Browser. 6. Undo/Redo. 7. Line numbering. 8. Search. 9. Auto Indent 10. Customizable font size, background color and full screen toggle 11. Load code from wonderfl and edit 12. Supported libraries: TLF, Nape, Box2D, Alternativa3D, mx.utils (currently not working). 13. Supports Honeycomb tablets and much more
For landscape editing I recommend using Hacker’s Keyboard.
It’s recommended to turn of “Auto select suggestion” in your keyboard settings while coding.
This software is still in development. Please send suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment in developer blog (see below in developer’s contact info).
If you would like to donate to help me keep the development, there is a “donate” button in the blog.