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7digital Android SDK
Simplifies access to features available in the 7digital API and makes it easy to add music charts and metadata, preview streams, purchasing and more to your Android app
7digital Android App Intents
Instructions how to deep link into the 7digital Android app
7digital iOS SDK
The 7digital iOS SDK helps you to add music features to your app. By integrating the SDK you can download and stream 7digital music within your own app.
.Net Fluent C# Wrapper
(See example usage console app project for some more examples.)
python-7Digital (py7D) by Jason Rubenstein
Example app: Random Album Recommender - A simple Ruby on Rails example using the Ruby Wrapper
Node.js Wrapper by Raoul Millais
Example app: 7digital HTML5 Packaged App - A demo album search app using the js api client
by tGildas Quéméner
The 7digital SDK simplifies access to features available in the 7digital API and makes it easy to add music charts and metadata, preview streams, purchasing and more to your Android app.
Download the SDK
Visit the 7digital Android SDK home page on GitHub to download.
Full documentation is available at 7digital.github.io/7digital-Android-SDK/apidocs/
Register as a developer to get a key and secret at api-signup.7digital.com.
Clone the repository, which includes a sample app.
Change the appKey and appSecret in the Constants.java file to your own key and secret.
To use the SDK in your app, include the cloned repository as a module in Android Studio. Make sure to compile the 'sdk' module as a dependency.
Alternatively, a compiled .aar is available in the Releases tab of the GitHub page.
For more information about deep linking into the 7digital Android app, see 7digital Android App Intents.