Android SDK

This is a step by step guide to include Plugin in your app. This plugin is developed in Kotlin and supports both Java and Kotlin languages.

Pre-Requisites Android SDK supports API 21 (Android 5.0) and above. Please ensure the minSdkVersion is in the app's build.gradle file reflects the same.

In case of an error for Kotlin not enabled - Enable Kotlin for Project.

In case of an error in Manifest merging - Merge Manifest as per Android Studio support or include the below line inside your application tag in the Android Manifest file.


To integrate SDK, you need to enable the below-listed dependencies:

  • Data Binding

  • View Binding

  • Jetpack Compose


Add the following permissions to the AndroidManifest.xml file.

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE" />

You can download and add AAR File from here, which needs to be included in your Module libs directory, and tell gradle to install it like this:

Following files are required to be added.
dependencies {
    implementation fileTree(include: [ '*.aar'], dir: 'libs')


In root level (project level) build.gradle, add classpath, and maven:

dependencies {
    classpath '[latest-version]'
    // Add the Crashlytics Gradle plugin
    classpath '[latest-version]'

In your application build.gradle file, include dependency as below with the latest versions:

// Retrofit
    implementation 'com.squareup.retrofit2:retrofit:2.9.0'
    implementation 'com.squareup.retrofit2:converter-gson:2.9.0'
    implementation 'com.squareup.okhttp3:logging-interceptor:5.0.0-alpha.9'
// Coroutines    
    implementation 'org.jetbrains.kotlinx:kotlinx-coroutines-android:1.6.4'
// Browser   
     implementation 'androidx.browser:browser:1.5.0'
     implementation '[latest-version]'
     implementation (platform("[latest-version]"))
     implementation ("")
     implementation ("")
     implementation 'com.squareup.picasso:picasso:[latest-version]'
     implementation "androidx.swiperefreshlayout:swiperefreshlayout:[latest-version]"
// compose
def composeBom = platform('androidx.compose:compose-bom:2023.04.01')
implementation composeBom
androidTestImplementation composeBom

implementation "androidx.compose.material:material:1.4.3"
implementation 'androidx.compose.ui:ui'
// Android Studio Preview support
implementation 'androidx.compose.ui:ui-tooling-preview'
debugImplementation 'androidx.compose.ui:ui-tooling'
// Optional - Integration with activities
implementation 'androidx.activity:activity-compose:1.7.2'
implementation 'androidx.constraintlayout:constraintlayout-compose:1.0.1'
implementation 'androidx.compose.ui:ui-text-google-fonts:1.5.0-beta02'

// Contains the core Credential Manager functionalities including password
// and passkey support.
// Provides support from Google Play services for Credential Manager,
// which lets you use the APIs on older devices.

Initialize SDK

In your application or root activity class's method onCreate, pass these fields to be used in your app.

  • applicationContext - Pass your application context.

  • yourClientId - Pass your clientId received from

  • yourAccentColor - Pass your accentColor for the app.

  • Mode - configuration testing of different environments available.

  • APP_MODE - used for checking the debug and production environment of the app.

Api Mode can be set as :

APP_MODE can be set as : 

If APP_MODE is DEBUG, all errors will be shown as Toast messages and Logs.

If APP_MODE is PROD, only logs will be available for critical errors like Network unavailability, wrong client_id, and wrong content_id.

class TestingApplication : Application() {
    override fun onCreate() {

            application = this,
            clientId = "5f92a62013332e0f667794dc",
            appMode = ConscentConfiguration.APP_MODE.DEBUG,
            apiMode = ConscentConfiguration.MODE.SANDBOX,

Pass the client ID received from dashboard

Initialize the paywall

In order to ensure that the Paywall appears on the targeted pages and the deep insights and analytics are collected optimally you need to implement the following method on all the content/article pages.

To have more control over the content flow, create an instance of the Conscent class inside your activity onCreate method for each unique contentId(recommended).

Use the below-described method:

val instance = ConscentWrapper.getConscentInstance(
            callingActivity = yourCallingActivity,
            parentView = yourParentView,
            containerView = yourContainerView,
            popUpContainer = yourPopUpContainerView,
            onConscentListener = onConscentListener,
            contentId = contentId,
            title = contentTitle,
            categories= arrayListOf("categorie1","categorie2","categorie3"),
            sections = arrayListOf("section","section1","section3"),
            tags = arrayListOf("premium"),
            url = ContentUrl,
            authorName = authorName,
//To display the registration paywall 
//To display the paywall       
//To display the metered banner

Note: Include the AAR files of respective paywalls and banners before calling above functions.

To set the scroll depth on the content page:

instance.scrollDepth = scrollY

Call the below sample method on override onActivityResult in Activity Class.

override fun onActivityResult(requestCode: Int, resultCode: Int, data: Intent?) {
        super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data)

        Log.i(TAG, "RedirectionHandler.onActivityResult: ")
        if (resultCode == RESULT_OK) {

In case of Fragment, call the below method inside onDestoyView()-



This is your activity content which is calling the methods and where callback will be received.


This will be the parent of your layout. Please keep ConstraintLayout as your root view in your activity xml file. Pass the reference of your root view in checkContent function.


This will be a FrameLayout where the payment page will be inflated. Create a frameLayout in your XML and pass it here as a reference.

For eg:

contentId (String)

This will be your article or content id for which detail needs to be checked.

yourContentTitle (String - Optional)

Title of the content for display purposes.

yourSubsUrl (String - Optional)

Url is to be used when subscribe button is clicked.

canSubscribe (Boolean - Optional)

Pass this as "true" to show subscribe layout else as "false".

showClose (Boolean - Optional)

Pass this as "true" to show the close button on the paywall/subscriptions, the default value is "false"


You can pass a listener which will get called after success or failure in processing. If you pass a listener, after successful processing, the success reference will be called and for a failed event, the failure event will be called

You can implement OnConscentListener in your activity and then pass it as a reference.



This is the success callback that will get called for every successful processing. You can pass your method as a reference or a lambda expression which will get called in case of success.

onError (optional)

You can pass it as null. This is the failure callback which will get called for every failed processing. You can pass your method as a reference or a lambda expression and it'll get called for failed cases. You can implement your code in it for failed cases.

onSubscribe (optional)

If you want to inflate subscribe layout, pass a subscribe function which will be called when subscribe button will be clicked inside the payment flow. Passing null will not inflate subscribe layout.

onBuyPass (optional)

It will be called when the buy-pass button will be clicked inside the payment flow.


This is the callback function that will be called when a user clicks on signIn button in the payment flow. This will be only visible if subscribe layout has been inflated.


This is the callback function which will be called when a user clicks on adfree subscription.


This callback function will be called when a user clicks on the Google login. This will send params paywallId,contentId, paywallType, clientId, and anonId.


This callback function will be called when a paywall is visible on the screen. This will send params - eventLocation, eventType, paywallDisplayType, paywallType.


This will be used to trigger your Google sign. This callback function will be called when a user clicks on the Google login.

To check if an article/content is free/paid or payment needs to be done, in your class, use as below sample: Parameters detail can be checked below for more information.


Call checkContentAccess method on override onNewIntent method in Activity Class.

Call the below function and pass the userId, after the user has logged in:

Login Functionality

Call this method to invoke our Login System


Logout the User:


Demo App: Link

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