Sublime ad management for your apps & sites. Period.

Manage your own ad network for your apps, and sites, and be in control from start to finish. Privacy focused with a super simple, yet mighty powerful, API. There's no need to write your own convoluted solution 😵. We did. You're welcome 👍

Great minds, that really like Sublime Ads. Or so they told me.

“If you value the privacy of your customers, do yourself a favor and provide them the respect they deserve by using Sublime Ads to display content in a beautiful and meaningful way. Despite what the others are saying, you don’t have to sacrifice privacy to provide users with meaningful and impactful ads.”

Jason Burk avatar Jason Burk

“Vincent has built one of those supposedly small but very powerful tools that everyone who builds & publishes digital products needs at some point - be they apps, blogs or other websites: A system in which ads or similar can be stored, which are then more or less randomly displayed on and in these products.”

Stefan Grund avatar Stefan Grund

“I didn't know I needed to serve ads until I found out about Sublime Ads. As soon as I did I started looking for an excuse that would allow me to use this amazing, private, beautiful service. My 'ads' are simply a list of things I love and use, no affiliate links, nothing like that. Just a way to get the word out, in a simple way. I wanted to have a link at the bottom of every page on my blog, and Sublime Ads is perfect for that. Whether you're a developer who needs ads on your app, a company who wants to advertise your products, or a simple blogger, I'm sure you'll fall in love with Sublime Ads, as I did.”

maique madeira avatar maique madeira

Manage your own ads and serve them to your apps and sites with ease.

Do you have a podcasting app, newsreader app or even just a blog and want to show ads that you control? Look no further. Maybe look outside though.

No need to come up with a custom solution, we have you covered whatever your needs (except "life" stuff). Are "ads" not the correct word? Perhaps they're "tools" or "services" that you recommend. Make it your own and use our simple API, or embeds, to make it happen.

An easy to use, and robust, API.

Get your content into your apps or sites with our easy to use API or embed option. No drama (because there is too much of it, and it's boring).

All you need is an API key, or embed code, and good documentation. We're always open to suggestions, after all it's just one of us... so rest assured we're here to help to say "no".

3,099,162 API requests served as of January 1st, 2021... and counting!

One place, many use cases.

Sublime Ads is so much more than just for your ads. It's super easy and flexible.

If you host a blog, you can use our embed option to display ads on the sidebar or perhaps inline of your article. Or you can display tools or services you use, that change per visit. Have your own apps and service? Yeah, you can add them too and cross promote.

Got a podcast app with many categories and want to show ads depending on those? Just add the categories, link some ads to it, then use the API to call your category to get back your content.

Privacy first, for you and other human beings.

We're privacy conscious to you and your audience. Track views and taps/clicks without any personal information from where or whom.

Easily disable statistics for your ads in the dashboard for extra piece of mind.

We host your data in Germany — the country with one of the strictest privacy laws on this planet and weird emotionless people (just like most of society these days. Phone zombies and all).

See it in action.

Nothing like showing a nice demo. Sit back, relax, and let me take you through the basics on getting up and running. It's a pretty shit video. Cup of brown flavoured water (tea) 🫖, or coffee ☕️, is totally optional. 16 minutes better spent actually using it.

Made by a real human, with flesh.

I'm Vincent, an independent developer (yes, I also freelance!), and not a VC funded bullshit corporation or lame-arse start-up ❤️

I built Sublime Ads to help me manage my very own ads & tools that I want to promote in my apps and sites, like Gluon.

You can read more about Sublime Ads on the development blog, or visit my homepage to verify that I am indeed a person that deeply cares.

Human, with strong opinions ✌️

One planet. It's getting hot.

Tackling climate change should be everyones' priority, screw all the other shitty "this thing right now" problems. Sublime Ads is hosted on infrastructure that uses 100% renewable hydro energy. Or they could be lying (we'll never know).

Sublime Ads will contribute 1% of every subscription to remove CO₂ from the atmosphere. Yes, I'd rather distribute this myself, but I'm too lazy.

❤️✌️🧘‍♂️

Great minds, that really like Sublime Ads. Or so they told me.

“If you value the privacy of your customers, do yourself a favor and provide them the respect they deserve by using Sublime Ads to display content in a beautiful and meaningful way. Despite what the others are saying, you don’t have to sacrifice privacy to provide users with meaningful and impactful ads.”

Jason Burk avatar Jason Burk

“Vincent has built one of those supposedly small but very powerful tools that everyone who builds & publishes digital products needs at some point - be they apps, blogs or other websites: A system in which ads or similar can be stored, which are then more or less randomly displayed on and in these products.”

Stefan Grund avatar Stefan Grund

“I didn't know I needed to serve ads until I found out about Sublime Ads. As soon as I did I started looking for an excuse that would allow me to use this amazing, private, beautiful service. My 'ads' are simply a list of things I love and use, no affiliate links, nothing like that. Just a way to get the word out, in a simple way. I wanted to have a link at the bottom of every page on my blog, and Sublime Ads is perfect for that. Whether you're a developer who needs ads on your app, a company who wants to advertise your products, or a simple blogger, I'm sure you'll fall in love with Sublime Ads, as I did.”

maique madeira avatar maique madeira