Appstore SDK Release Notes
The Appstore SDK contains multiple features, including In-App Purchasing (IAP), Digital Rights Management (DRM), and Simple Sign-in (SSI).
Tip: This page includes release notes only for the features contained within the Appstore SDK. For release notes related to IAP features not contained in the Appstore SDK, see In-App Purchasing Release Notes.
|March 13, 2023||Appstore SDK: Version 3.0.4 released with the following features.
|June 30, 2022||Promotional pricing feature added.
Appstore SDK: Version 3.0.3 released. In the
|May 23, 2022||Appstore SDK: Improvements on the IAP sample apps included with the Appstore SDK. IAP sample apps now work out-of-box without requiring changes from developers. The project structure of the sample apps has been changed for Android studio compatibility. The MySku.java file has been updated so that SKU unavailability can be set at the marketplace level. Fixed typos and comments in sample app source code.
Sample apps affected: SampleIAPConsumablesApp, SampleIAPEntitlementsApp, and SampleIAPSubscriptionsApp.
Download the latest Appstore SDK to get the sample apps.
|October 18, 2021||Appstore SDK: The Appstore SDK provides functionality for handling Digital Rights Management (DRM) and In-App Purchasing (IAP) within your Java Android apps. The Appstore SDK supports apps targeting Fire TV, Fire tablets, and third-party devices where Amazon apps can be installed.
The Appstore SDK will replace the previous SDK, IAP v2.0. Use the Appstore SDK for any new apps you submit to the Amazon Appstore. You can continue using IAP v2.0 for any existing apps, or transition them to the new Appstore SDK.
Learn more about the Appstore SDK in the documentation:
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Last updated: Mar 15, 2023