Android SDK Beta Release for Cisco Spark Now Available


Wednesday, December 20th 2017

Good news for Android developers — the Android SDK for Cisco Spark is now available as a public beta!

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If you’re an Android developer, our new Cisco Spark Android SDK lets you integrate secure and convenient Cisco Spark features in your apps, including:

  • Calling: Make and receive audio and/or video calls to Cisco Spark users
    • Supports calling SIP endpoints and PSTN numbers
  • Messaging: Send and receive messages, and participate in 1:1 and group spaces

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Check out our Android SDK Example App to start coding faster. It’s open source and it demos all the SDK features.


The Cisco Spark Android SDK gives you the ability to customize your app and to seamlessly access Cisco Spark’s powerful collaboration features without ever having to leave your mobile app. Use the Android SDK to apply your own UI for customization and still use client-side API calls to embed Cisco Spark voice and video calling directly into your application. With the Cisco Spark Android SDK, you can also connect end users from your app to any Cisco Spark app/device and SIP device.


We’re looking forward to the apps you create with the new SDK!


If you have any questions or feedback about the new Android SDK for Cisco Spark, or if you run into any issues during development, our Cisco Spark DevSupport Team is available 24/7 to help. Feel free to reach out to them at any time.


Happy coding!


- Olivier Proffit, Senior Product Manager