Shopify Storefront API Android Buy SDK
The Mobile Buy SDK makes it easy to create custom storefronts in your mobile app. The SDK connects to the Shopify platform using GraphQL, and supports a wide range of native storefront experiences.
Contents of the SDK
The GitHub repository and each release include:
- The Android Buy SDK
- A sample app that shows how you can use the SDK
Before you can use the Android Buy SDK, you'll need:
- Android SDK Level 14 (Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0) or higher
- JDK 1.7
- Android Studio 2.1.x recommended
- An app with a Storefront API access token
Requirements for processing payments
Set up Android App Links
You can set up Android App Links to integrate your app with Android web browsers. When an Android user taps a link to your website, they'll be redirected to your app if they have it installed.
From your Shopify admin, go to Apps.
Click Manage private apps.
Click the name of your app.
In the Storefront API section, click Configure Mobile Buy SDK settings (optional).
In the Mobile Buy SDK (Android) section, enter your Application ID and your SHA-256 certificate fingerprints.
Where to get help
Mobile app development falls outside the scope of our support service. This means that we're not able to help you if you run into problems, unless they're specifically related to the Android Buy SDK.
The Android Buy SDK is open source, so feel free to open a GitHub issue.
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