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# Intercom iOS SDK [Beta]
-This is a **beta** release of the Intercom iOS SDK. As such it is subject to modification without notice. The Intercom iOS SDK currently supports **iOS 5.0 and greater**.
+This is a **beta** release of the Intercom iOS SDK. As such it is subject to modification without notice. The Intercom iOS SDK currently supports **iOS 5.0 and greater**.
##Installation
Copy `Intercom.h` and `libIntercom.a` to your Xcode project and be sure to include `Intercom.h` in your precompiled header (.pch) file. The library is a fat binary, so will work on both the iOS simulator and devices.
###Initialize Intercom
-In order to initialize Intercom in your iOS app, copy your iOS API key and App ID from [here](https://www.intercom.io/apps/tx2p130c/api_keys) and add the following line to your application delegate:

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Yikes. Good catch! https://www.intercom.io/apps/api_keys should work.

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Yikes. Good catch! https://www.intercom.io/apps/api_keys should work.

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No, you need the app_id after /apps/

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No, you need the app_id after /apps/

+In order to initialize Intercom in your iOS app, copy your iOS API key and App ID from the api keys page of your app (intercom.io/apps/\[your-app-id\]/api_keys) and add the following line to your application delegate:
```
- (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions

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