You can add App Bundles or App IDs to a domain list to either target (an allowlist) or exclude (a blocklist) particular apps. For Google/Android inventory, domain lists are created using the App Bundle Name. For Apple/iOS inventory, domain lists are created using the App ID.
When you create a domain list, you cannot use the friendly app names that you see on the Domains & Apps tab. To find the App Bundle Name or App ID of a particular app, you need to visit the Android and/or Apple App stores.
Google/Android apps are targeted on Basis DSP using the App Bundle Name:
The ID in the Google Play store is right after the "?id=" part of an app's URL.
- For example, the URL for Angry Birds at the Google Play store is: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rovio.angrybirds&hl=en
Therefore, the App Bundle name is “com.rovio.angrybirds”. Use this string in your domain list.
The ID in the iTunes App store is right after the “id” part of the App’s URL.
For example, the URL for Angry Birds at the iTunes App store is: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/angry-birds/id343200656?mt=8
Therefore, the App ID is “343200656”. Use this string in your domain list.
For more information about uploading a domain list, see Domain Lists.