Currently the **minimal** supported Android version is **Jelly Bean (API 18)**, however **video is recorded only for API 24+**, analytics events and other functionalities are not limited. Currently the **minimal** supported iOS version is **10**.

## Installation

### Android

In Cocos applications, you should use a special build SDK customized for appropriate deployment in games.

  1. Add Smartlook in your **app’s** `build.gradle`:

  1. Add Smartlook Maven repository in your **projects** `build.gradle`:

  1. Setup and start Smartlook in `onCreate()` of your `AppActivity` class:

To setup Smartlook, the **unique project API key** is needed. It can be found in the mobile project settings in the [Smartlook Dashboard](🔗).

  1. Smartlook now starts recording the app. The recordings will appear in the [Smartlook player](🔗) shortly.

SDK will upload sessions **only on Wi-Fi**. When uploading on mobile connections is requested, it must be enabled in the project settings in the dashboard. More details about the recording process can be found in the [Conceptual documentation](🔗).

### iOS

Follow the instructions from the iOS [API Documentation](🔗).

## Using the SDK

SDK's features are described in the respective [Android](🔗) and [iOS](🔗) documentation. However, some features may not be available for Cocos apps. Differences in available functions are described below:

### Sensitive data hiding

When using native rendering mode, SDK can record sensitive data in your application. In order to protect user privacy, Smartlook can be configured so that the sensitive data is not recorded.

On the Cocos platform, **selectively hiding sensitive parts of the screen is impossible**. Current screen capturing must be stopped using `NO_RENDERING` mode to hide sensitive data.

### Analytics

Navigation events need to be tracked manually, because Cocos applications typically consist of single activity. Manual tracking needs to be implemented so** mobile heatmaps work correctly**.

### Rendering

Not all rendering modes are available on this platform. Only `NO_RENDERING` or `NATIVE` are available.