Cordova plugin for AdMob / AdWord campaign app install conversion tracking
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GoogleAppTracking Plugin

Google App Install Conversion tracking plugin for iOS and Android. Phonegap integration for AdMob Conversion tracking.

(June 2 2015: updated with current Google sdk and new cordova plugin.xml format. Credits to christoph-neumann mlegenhausen.)


This plugin integrates with your AdMob account and AdWords campaigns. See Google docs for more details. See


Install with cordova cli:

cordova plugin add

Google SDK libraries are included in the plugin. You'll need to make sure the AdSupport.framework is linked in xcode for the iOS app.


The plugin creates a GappTracker object, with just one method track():

GappTrack.track(conversion_id, label, value, repeatable);

Values for conversion_id, label, value, and repeatable are generated by Google when you create a mobile app conversion in your AdWords account. After onDeviceReady, you can track the conversion by calling track, e.g.

GappTrack.track("0123456789", "abCDEFG12hIJk3Lm4nO", "0.99", false);

The 'repeatable' argument

The value for repeatable is converted to a boolean in the platform native code before passing through to the SDK's AdWordsConversionReporter.reportWithConversionId() call.

On iOS anything other than true, "TRUE", "YES", "Y", and others (see the doc for boolValue) should also set repeatable to false, though some problems have been reported with this. Simple true/false is therefore probably the safest value to use, though others should work. If you're getting any odd crashes, check that this value is coming through to the native source appropriately

See ObjectiveCs boolValue (ios) JSONArray.getBoolean (android) for acceptable true/false values. true, false, 'true', 'false', 1, 0 should probably work in all cases.

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