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Web Services Documentation

Intro

About Aptoide Web Services

The objective of this Web Service is to allow applications to directly interact with Aptoide Aptoide using REST.
In this documentation are described the current available functions of the Web Service.

Specification Manual

More detailed information on the overall Aptoide protocol and webservice specifications can be found here:
Aptoide Protocol - XML & Webservices Specification

Dev Token

A Dev token (developer token) will be required on all service requests.
This token is a 40 character string and is generated by the system when you sign up to use the Web Service.
You can generate another token at any time, however there's only 1 token per developer.

Supported Formats

XML and JSON formats are fully supported.
The format may be specified in 2 ways:
- Appending a "/extension" at the end of a URL when using the method GET: '/xml' or '/json';
- Passing a "mode" parameter through method POST: 'mode="xml"' or 'mode="json"'.

Error Handling

Errors are always returned within 'errors' with the respective messages generated by the service, while 'status' returns always either OK (success) or FAIL (failure), such as follows:


Mode Success Failure
XML
<response>
   <status>OK</status>
   ...
</response>


<response>
   <status>FAIL</status>
   <errors>
      <entry>Missing token parameter</entry>
      <entry>Missing repo parameter</entry>
   </errors>
   ...
</response>

JSON
{
   "status":"OK",
   ...
}


{
   "status":"FAIL",
   "errors":
      [
         "Missing token parameter",
         "Missing repo parameter"
      ]
   ...
}