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Aspose.Imaging for Cloud Android SDK

Aspose.Imaging for Cloud is a true REST API that enables you to perform a wide range of image processing operations including creation, manipulation and conversion in the cloud, with zero initial costs. Our Cloud SDKs are wrappers around REST API in various programming languages, allowing you to process images in language of your choice quickly and easily, gaining all benefits of strong types and IDE highlights.

This repository contains test project and instructions on how to use Aspose.Imaging for Cloud Java SDK for Android. This SDK allows you to work with Aspose.Imaging for Cloud REST APIs in your Android applications quickly and easily, with zero initial cost.

To use this SDK, you will need App SID and App Key which can be looked up at Aspose Cloud Dashboard (free registration in Aspose Cloud is required for this).

The solution uses Gradle Wrapper with no modifications.


Image Formats Support

Process options, change and return image in the same format:

  • PSD
  • JPG
  • PNG
  • TIFF
  • GIF
  • BMP
  • JPEG2000

Process options, change and return image in the PNG format:

  • DNG
  • ODG
  • EMF
  • WMF

Supported Imaging Operations

  • Export to various image formats (currently, all supported formats can be exported to BMP, PSD, JPG, TIFF, GIF, PNG, JPEG2000 or WebP)
  • Resize
  • Crop
  • Rotate and Flip
  • TIFF frames extraction
  • TIFF frames manipulation
  • TIFF concatenation
  • TIFF conversion to fax-friendly format
  • Retrieve & update image properties
  • Conversion to and from PSD format

Supported Imaging AI Operations

  • Content-based image search
  • Image duplicates search
  • Image search by custom registered tags
  • Image comparison and similarity detection
  • Image features extraction (for now, AKAZE detector is supported)


The project in this repo references Aspose.Imaging for Cloud Java SDK either by placing the binary inside app/libs folder with manual handling of transitive dependenices (meant for internal usage only), or by simple addition of the repository dependency with configuring the project accordingly (user scenario) - the behavior is controlled with CI environment variable (see build.gradle).

For the users, the following basic instructions should be applied.

  1. Since this library is consuming Aspose.Imaging for Cloud web APIs, please add INTERNET permission to your manifest.
<manifest xmlns:android=""
   <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />
  1. Add Aspose Cloud repository.
repositories {
    maven { url '' }
  1. Add dependency to Aspose.Imaging for Java SDK, starting from 18.11 (lower versions may not work).
dependencies {
    implementation group: 'com.aspose', name: 'aspose-imaging-cloud', version: '18.12'
  1. Use in case of issues. Add the following exclusions to get rid of transitive dependencies/classes duplication issues.
configurations.all {
    exclude group: "commons-collections", module: "commons-collections"
    exclude module: "xpp3"
  1. If you also use Aspose.Storage for Cloud Java SDK in your project (which is probably the case), please add the following options (in combination with the step proposed above) for it to work on Android. The following config may change with new Aspose.Storage for Cloud Java SDK versions to come.
android {
    packagingOptions {
        exclude 'META-INF/jersey-module-version'

dependencies {
    implementation ('com.aspose:aspose-cloud-storage:1.0.1') {
        exclude module: 'xercesImpl'
        exclude module: 'httpcore'


Please, refer to Aspose.Imaging for Cloud Java SDK.


Tests are intended for internal usage only with sources be taken from Aspose.Storage for Cloud Java SDK.


All Aspose.Imaging for Cloud SDKs, helper scripts and templates are licensed under MIT License.

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