Macaw provides a powerful ads search with many filters and sorting options.

Search by text

Finds ads by word or phrase. Search is performed by title, ad text, and all carousel elements.

Search by application

Finds ads that contain a link to an app page in the App Store or Google Play.

Filters

Formats

Results will contain ads of the selected formats only.

Call to Action types

Results will only contain ads with any of the specified Call to Action types.

Content type (Apps & sites)

Apps: Only ads with the link to the App Store or Google Play;

Sites: Only ads with the link to site other than App Store or Google Play.

Mobile apps categories

You choose categories. Results will contain ads from the selected categories only.

We use merged categories from App Store and Google Play (similar categories from different stores are merged).

Lifetime

Results will only contain ads with the lifetime (span between the first and the last time we've seen the ad) within the specified range. Lifetime is measured in days.

Period

Results will only contain ads we've seen in the selected time span.

With Only new in period filter applied, results will only contain ads we've seen for the first time in the selected time span.

Platforms

Results will only contain ads that are approved to run on at least one of the selected advertising platforms.

Countries

Results will only contain ads that used in at least one of the selected countries.

Facebook page

Results will only contain ads launched from a specific Facebook page.

Landing URL & redirects

Results will only contain ads with a specified value in its links.

Search is carried out through the whole redirect chain.

You can use a full link or any part of it.

Languages (beta)

Results will only contain ads that primary language matches one of the selected options

This functionality is currently in beta, there may be inaccuracies.

With HD media content only

If this filter is applied, ads with low quality videos or images will be excluded from the results.

Sorting

Basic search has 2 sorting options.

Newest: By the time since we've first seen the ad (descending order);

Lifetime: By the span between the first and the last time we've seen the ad (descending order).

Most copied ads search mode helps to find the best media content.

It merges ads with the same media.

It this mode the results are sorted by the number of duplicates.

Most copied ads are shown first.

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