Learn how to develop your apps easier on the Google platform

Deepwall provides SDKs and server-side integrations to Google Play platform for quick and easy development to make in-app purchases and manage subscriptions.

You can use the following guides for the configurations needed for Deepwall integration to Google Play platform.

Get App Credentials

Your Google app in Deepwall should be a mobile app that is on live or will be live soon on Google Play Store and it should be configured on Google Play Store before registering to Deepwall.

You need to provide your app credentials to Deepwall after you have created your app on the Google Play Store.

You can check out the following guide to understand the app information you need to get from Google Play Store and provide it to Deepwall.

pageGetting App Credentials

Setup In-app Products

In-app products in Deepwall represent the in-app products (subscriptions or one-time purchases) that users purchase on mobile platforms (App Store, Google Play Store or Huawei AppGallery) via your mobile app.

So you need to setup your in-app products for your Google apps on the Google Play Store first before registering them to Deepwall.

You can check out the following guide to learn more about setting up in-app products on Google Play Store.

pageSetup In-App Products

Creating a Service Account Key

Deepwall needs the Google Play Store service account key to perform server-side receipt validation.

Service account provide access to the Google Play Developer Publishing API for Deepwall. So you need to create a service account and provide the service account key to Deepwall.

You can check out the following guide to learn more about creating a service account key on Google play Store and configure it in Deepwall.

pageCreate Service Account Key

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