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The PushSpring SDK is designed to integrate with your app to send usage information to Rhapsody servers. This allows you to define user segments and send campaigns. The SDK supports Android Gingerbread (2.3) and higher. PushSpring provides mobile app audience data and audience intelligence tools for publishers and advertisers.
The Rhapsody iOS SDK by Rhapsody allows interaction with the API. In addition to iOS 6.0 or higher, developers need to register the application to obtain an OAuth key. Includes instructions to configure an audio session, track playback, and receive notifications. By Daniel Duda.
The Rhapsody Android SDK by Rhapsody allows integration with the API features of music, media, and audio streaming. Sample project available. Requirements to develop include AndroidStudio, Android SDK, and JAR file. By Hunter Davis.