The Singular SDK can be easily integrated within your App using our simple and clear SDK documentations.
All the tools for building the integration can be found within Settings → SDK
This key is used by our servers to identify your account, you will need this value to successfully integrate our SDK.
Using developer account during the Development & QA process helps keep your main account data clean.Each Singular customer gets a Developer Account credentials that can be found in the SDK section:
The developer account contains a separate SDK key that can be used in development versions of your app:
Important: Remember to switch to the main SDK Key before deploying to the App Store
We currently provide 4 ways to integrate with Singular:
The SDK Console shows calls for session and event data sent by the Singular SDK or direct use of the Singular Server to Server API. It is a tool for application developers to verify if their instrumented events and sessions are being received by the Singular platform
- Select the platform that you want to test
- Choose the identifier and click "Add"
The SDK Console simply verifies whether your events and sessions have been instrumented properly. It may take longer for them to appear in your Dashboard. Calls and errors will be displayed in the console within a few minutes after they are sent. Only one console should be open at a time, otherwise tracking errors may result.
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