Given the large amount of piracy in the Android environment, one of the most used systems of monetization for developers are ads within applications.
But when we pay for a game viewing ads on our screen is not only annoying but quite abusive. And this, according to some gamers commenting is exactly what is happening with Asphalt 7: Heat.
Asphalt 7: Heat includes Airpush ads
Apparently Asphalt 7: Heat by Gameloft has started using Airpush, one of the Android SDK that allows developers to display advertisements on the device display notifications when using an application.
This means that when you install Asphalt 7: Heat you may receive spam notifications on your screen even if you are not using the game, which can be extremely annoying.
This has unleashed the fury of many users they see in their notifications bar a lot of ads that urge us to play more Asphalt 7: Heat. The same happened with another Gameloft game, Zombiewood, although this one was for free.
Removing Airpush ads
From Gameloft have reported that it is possible to remove the Airpush ads from the site Airpush Opt-out, although if you are in Android Jelly Bean there is a path through the configuration that allows you to turn off notifications for any application or game installed on your device.