No, TIKI does not replace App Tracking Transparency (ATT) on iOS.
You’re still obligated to follow whichever system or legal requirements that are in place for your tools and applications. TIKI is built to help you follow those requirements at a much higher opt-in rate in a much more effective and efficient manner than what you’re likely accustomed to.
With TIKI’s tech, permission requesting and consent management is built right in to the product, so if you’re using TIKI for Apple ID for Advertisers (IDFA), when you request that permission, the TIKI pop-up actually displays first. It is built right into the flow.
It is built to improve opt-ins, not to skirt Apple’s ATT rules.
Updated 8 months ago