Excel Software Releases Android License SDK 1.0
Excel Software released the Android License SDK 1.0 for developers. A Single User License of Android License SDK 1.0 is priced at $395. It includes royalty-free runtime distribution rights for any number of protected products or licenses. The software development kit applies QuickLicense technology to any Android application.
The Android License SDK consists of two Java source files and a user guide with instructions on how to bind any Android application to the LicenseManager application and developer assigned license. The SendMessage application makes it easy to emulate a protected application by sending commands to the LicenseManager. A sample application with source code is included.
Android License SDK supports a variety of license types, activation processes, advanced features and customization options. Trial licenses can be limited to a specified number of application launches or number of days, hours or minutes. An expired license can be extended to any date with a secure Expiration Code. Product licenses can be activated for a specific device or securely moved between devices with the License Release and License Restore features.
Android License SDK supports both a manual or online activation process. With a manual activation process, the user will see an Activation dialog on first launch. The user provides a Request Number to the vendor and is given a computer specific Activation Code. With automated online activation, the user is given a Serial Number during the purchase process. On first launch the Serial Number and user entered data is delivered to a server like Safe Activation for instant activation.
Other license types include dynamic, Internet dependent and subscription licenses. A subscription license allows use of an application based on a monthly or annual fee. Subscription licenses can be automatically managed from a vendor account on Safe Activation.
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