The Google Play License Key is a cryptographic key provided by Google for your app in the Play Store.
If you provide your Google Play License Key to Singular, Singular can use it to help validate information coming from Google and improve your protection from attribution fraud.
To learn more about license keys, see Google's documentation.
Note: If your app is integrated with an older version of the Singular SDK, it may not support this feature. To add the license key, you need:
|Integration Used||Minimum Version|
|Singular Android SDK||7.4.1 or higher|
|Singular Unity SDK||1.1.3 or higher|
|Singular React Native SDK||Any version|
|Singular Server-to-Server (S2S)||Any version|
To add your Google Play License Key in Singular:
- Log into the Google Play Console.
- Select the app to which you want to add signature verification.
In the sidebar, select Development Tools > Service & APIs.
Copy the license key from the Licensing & in-app billing section.
- In the Singular platform, go to Settings > Apps, find the app in the list and click on the Android app site to open the settings.
- Under Fraud Options, paste the key in the Play Store License Key field.