Our mobile SDKs provide you with a collection of SDK APIs to build location-aware applications.
An SDK API as we use the term here includes interfaces, classes, and methods as made available in the API Reference for Android and the API Reference for iOS. The SDK API uses the following statuses:
General Availability (GA): An SDK API that has General Availability status is the most current version of the product and it is fully supported.
Deprecated: An SDK API that has a Deprecated status is scheduled to be decommissioned. Critical bug fixes are supported for three months from the deprecation announcement date. Those who actively develop their applications using a deprecated SDK element must migrate to the latest version. After the deprecation period, the SDK API will be removed.
Public Preview (PP): An SDK API that has a Public Preview status is released for the purpose of collecting feedback from the community. While we mature the APIs towards General Availability, incompatible changes may happen at any time, and we will make sure to communicate them in the release notes.
Experimental: An SDK API that has internal or incomplete functionality. Do not use it as it is subject to change or removal at any time, without deprecation, and is not guaranteed to remain functional.