Official Particle Cloud SDK for Android
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* Update gradle & gradle plugin

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* Remove now-unnecessary dexcount plugin

Signed-off-by: Jens Knutson <>

* Finally fix .gigignore nonsense

Apologies to anyone who gets tripped up by this, but it was long past due.

* Gradle updates

don't specify build tools version; not needed
refer to Google repository through the google() function

* Start using the latest eventbus, too

* Deprecation warning re public events

* Add mesh types to SDK

* Add simple method for determining if the logged-in user owns a device
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Particle Android Cloud SDK

The Particle Android Cloud SDK is an easy-to-use wrapper for the Particle REST API. The SDK enables painless interaction between your Android app and Particle-powered connected products, all via the Particle Cloud. SDK features include:

  • Getting a list of a user's Particle devices
  • Reading variables and invoking functions on devices
  • Publishing events from mobile devices, and subscribing to events published by devices & apps
  • Claiming & unclaiming devices for a user
  • Managing access tokens for the Particle Cloud

Getting started, getting help, and everything else

Full documentation, including a getting started guide, lots of API examples, support & feedback links, and more are all available from our documentation page:



The Particle Android Cloud SDK is available under the Apache License 2.0. See the LICENSE file for the complete text of the license.