Spotify Android SDK
Spotify Android SDK allows your application to interact with the Spotify app service.
The capabilities of this SDK includes authentication and getting metadata for the currently playing track and context, issuing playback commands and initiating playback of tracks, albums or playlists.
Spotify Android SDK consists of two libraries
The libraries works well together but can also be used separately. For example, if the application doesn't need to play music but needs user login or Web API capabilities with other scopes you can use the
Spotify Authentication Library by itself.
Head over to Spotify for Developers for more reading about the Android SDK.
Spotify App Remote
This library contains classes for music playback control and metadata access.
The built-in authentication in App Remote requests for
app-control-scope only, and is the only scope needed to use App Remote. No token exchange. If more scopes are needed for web-api related calls then use
Spotify Authentication Library.
Spotify Authentication Library
This library provides a way to obtain OAuth access tokens that can subsequently be used to play music or used in calls to the Spotify Web API.
Spotify Authentication Library is an open source project.
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