BubbleUPnP for DLNA/Chromecast

BubbleUPnP for DLNA/Chromecast

Media & Video

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  • Google Play
  • $0.00
  • 5,000,000 Installs

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SDK Details

Ad Supported HTML5 Wrapped
Analytics 1

Google Analytics

The Google Analytics SDK for Android makes it easy for native Android developers to collect user engagement data from their applications. Developers can then use the Google Analytics reports to measure: The number of active users are using their applications. From where in the world the application is being used. Adoption and usage of specific features. Crashes and exceptions. In-app purchases and transactions. And many other useful metrics... The Google Analytics SDK also gives you the tools to monitor the success of mobile marketing campaigns. Connect user interactions with paid ads, Google Play downloads, and subsequent in-app usage and Ecommerce transactions. Google Analytics provides a powerful platform to measure and optimize all of your application marketing efforts.
DRM 1

Google Play Licensing

Google Play offers a licensing service that lets you enforce licensing policies for applications that you publish on Google Play. With Google Play Licensing, your application can query Google Play at run time to obtain the licensing status for the current user, then allow or disallow further use as appropriate. Using the service, you can apply a flexible licensing policy on an application-by-application basis—each application can enforce licensing in the way most appropriate for it. If necessary, an application can apply custom constraints based on the licensing status obtained from Google Play. For example, an application can check the licensing status and then apply custom constraints that allow the user to run it unlicensed for a specific validity period. An application can also restrict use of the application to a specific device, in addition to any other constraints. The licensing service is a secure means of controlling access to your applications. When an application checks the licensing status, the Google Play server signs the licensing status response using a key pair that is uniquely associated with the application. Your application stores the public key in its compiled .apk file and uses it to verify the licensing status response. Any application that you publish through Google Play can use the Google Play Licensing service. No special account or registration is needed. Additionally, because the service uses no dedicated framework APIs, you can add licensing to any application that uses a minimum API level of 3 or higher.
Advertising 4

AdMob Searchads

Search Ads for Apps is provided for Apps developers who want to enhance monetization on their apps search results pages. With this service, apps can target ads based on users search queries, access Googles AdWords inventory, and help users find what theyre looking for. The implementation is very similar to that of the existing AdMob ads. The main difference is that a search term is also supplied to the SDK when an ad call is placed. Search Ads for Apps is available for iOS and Android.

DoubleClick

DoubleClick is the ad technology foundation to create, transact, and manage digital advertising for the worlds buyers, creators and sellers. Available for iOS and Android

AdMob

AdMob has been rebuilt, leveraging the best of Googles ad platforms (Doubleclick). Its designed for app developers, with an intuitive UI to help you start earning from your app quickly, create campaigns in minutes to acquire new users, and gain insights into your apps performance.

AdMob Mediation

Social 1

Google Authorization

Google Play services offers a standard authorization flow for all Google APIs and all components of Google Play services. In addition, you can leverage the authorization portion of the Google Play services SDK to gain authorization to services that are not yet supported in the Google Play services platform by using the access token to manually make API requests or using a client library provided by the service provider.
Software Library 11

Google Data APIs

The Google Data Protocol is a REST-inspired technology for reading, writing, and modifying information on the web. Many services at Google provide external access to data and functionality through APIs that utilize the Google Data Protocol. The protocol currently supports two primary modes of access: AtomPub: Information is sent as a collection of Atom items, using the standard Atom syndication format to represent data and HTTP to handle communication. The Google Data Protocol extends AtomPub for processing queries, authentication, and batch requests. JSON: Information is sent as JSON objects that mirror the Atom representation.
Other Apps Using SDK

Android API

All APIs for communicating with the Android system.

JSON.simple

JSON.simple is a simple Java toolkit for JSON. You can use JSON.simple to encode or decode JSON text.

Apache Commons Codec

Apache Commons Codec (TM) software provides implementations of common encoders and decoders such as Base64, Hex, Phonetic and URLs.

Apache Commons IO

Commons IO is a library of utilities to assist with developing IO functionality.

Universal Image Loader

Powerful and flexible instrument for asynchronous loading, caching and displaying images on Android.

Android Support Library

The Android Support Library package is a set of code libraries that provide backward-compatible versions of Android framework APIs as well as features that are only available through the library APIs. Each Support Library is backward-compatible to a specific Android API level. This design means that your applications can use the libraries features and still be compatible with devices running Android 1.6 (API level 4) and up.

NineOldAndroids

Android library for using the Honeycomb (Android 3.0) animation API on all versions of the platform back to 1.0! Animation prior to Honeycomb was very limited in what it could accomplish so in Android 3.x a new API was written. With only a change in imports, we are able to use a large subset of the new-style animation with exactly the same API. This library also includes support for animating rotation, translation, alpha, and scale on platforms prior to Honeycomb!

Android Color Picker

Other Apps Using SDK

FasterXML

metadata-extractor

metadata-extractor lets you access the metadata in digital images via a simple API.
Other Apps Using SDK
Payments 1

Google Play In-app Billing

In-app Billing is a Google Play service that lets you sell digital content from inside your applications. You can use the service to sell a wide range of content, including downloadable content such as media files or photos, virtual content such as game levels or potions, premium services and features, and more.
Audio 1

SoundCloud

OAuth2 SoundCloud API wrapper written in Java (javadoc). It is simple to use and requires a minimum of external dependencies (compared to the OAuth1 wrapper) so should be easily embeddable in both desktop and mobile applications. The wrapper works well on Android (although it has no dependencies on it) since it is an extraction from our SoundCloud Android codebase.
Other Apps Using SDK
Crash Reporting 1

ACRA

Application Crash Reports for Android
Cloud Services 4

Google Play Services

Google Play Services give your apps more features to attract users on a wider range of devices. With Google Play services, your app can take advantage of the latest, Google-powered features such as Maps, Google+, and more, with automatic platform updates distributed as an APK through the Google Play store. This makes it faster for your users to receive updates and easier for you to integrate the newest that Google has to offer.

Microsoft Live

Dropbox

The SDKs contain platform-specific libraries that wrap the raw HTTP calls to the Dropbox API. They are designed to shorten the distance between your application and integrating Dropbox.

Box

Box Android library for using the Box REST API.

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Google Play Description

Stream all your music, videos and photos to various devices in your house:

• Chromecast, Chromecast Audio, Nexus Player, Nvidia Shield, and other Google Cast devices
• DLNA TVs and music receivers from popular TV and HiFi brands
• Xbox 360 and One, Playstation 3 and 4(**)
• Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick
• local Android playback

BubbleUPnP can access your media from a lot of sources, including:

• UPnP/DLNA media servers
• local media stored on your Android device
• popular cloud media storage providers: Google Drive, Google Photos, Box, Dropbox, OneDrive
• music services: TIDAL, Qobuz
• media from other apps using Share/Send such as: web browsers, file managers...
• ...and more!


BubbleUPnP is a versatile app packed with many features for you to discover, some of which are:

extensive Chromecast support: play incompatible Chromecast media with transcoding(*): MKV, AVI, MOV, WMV, WTV, RMVB, TS, FLAC, WMA, ..., subtitles with custom appearance, audio/video track selection (*)
fast and secure Internet access to your home media while on the go, from mobile and WiFi networks (*)
• playback queue, editable playlists, scrobbling, sleep timer, various shuffle modes
• integrated full screen image viewer and controller
• play media to your Android device from other devices (renderer functionality)
• access all local and cloud media from other devices (media server functionality)
• media download to your SD Card
• ...and much more!

(*) Some features are provided by BubbleUPnP Server, an optional software that can be installed on any machine on your local network to provide
additional services. To learn more about BubbleUPnP Server, visit http://bubblesoftapps.com/bubbleupnpserver.


(**) Only possible from the Playstation interface


Some features are restricted and can be unlocked by purchasing the BubbleUPnP License app.