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Cross-platform In App Billing Plugin for Xamarin

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In-App Billing Plugin for Xamarin and Windows

A simple In-App Purchase plugin for Xamarin and Windows to query item information, purchase items, restore items, and more.

Documentation

Get started by reading through the In-App Billing Plugin documentation.

There are changes in version 4.0 so read below.

Source code reference -> https://github.com/jamesmontemagno/app-ac-islandtracker/blob/freemium/TurnipTracker/ViewModel/ProViewModel.cs

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Platform Support

|Platform|Version| | ------------------- | :------------------: | |Xamarin.iOS|iOS 8+| |tvOS - Apple TV|All| |Xamarin.Android|API 14+| |Windows 10 UWP|10+|

Created By: @JamesMontemagno

Checkout my podcast on IAP

I co-host a weekly development podcast, Merge Conflict, about technology and recently covered IAP and this library: Merge Conflict 28: Demystifying In-App Purchases

Version 4 Major Update - Android

We now use Xamarin.Essentials for getting access to the current activity. So ensure you initialize Xamarin.Essentials in your Android app.

Also if you get a null exception the linker is being aggressive so write the following code in your MainActivity:

var context = Xamarin.Essentials.Platform.AppContext;
var activity = Xamarin.Essentials.Platform.CurrentActivity;

Version 4.X updates to the new Android billing client. This means there are few important changes: 1. You must acknowledge all purchases within 3 days, by calling

AcknowledgePurchaseAsync
or the Consume API if it a consumable. 2. You must hanle Pending Transactions from outside of you app. See docs from Google 3.
HandleActivityResult
is removed from the API as it is not needed

Upgrading from 2/3 to 4

  • Remove
    Plugin.CurrentActivity.CrossCurrentActivity.Current.Activity = this;
  • Remove
    InAppBillingImplementation.HandleActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data);
  • Change:
    await CrossInAppBilling.Current.ConnectAsync(ItemType.InAppPurchase);
    to
    await CrossInAppBilling.Current.ConnectAsync();
  • Change:
    CrossInAppBilling.Current.PurchaseAsync(productId, ItemType.InAppPurchase, payload);
    to
    CrossInAppBilling.Current.PurchaseAsync(productId, ItemType.InAppPurchase);

Pending Transactions:

  • If the result of PurchaseAsync is PurchaseState.PaymentPending, store the order details locally and inform the user that they will have access to the product when the payment completes
  • When the user starts the app (and/or visits a particular page), if the stored PurchaseState is PaymentPending, call GetPurchasesAsync and query the result for a purchase that matches the stored purchase.
  • If the PurchaseState for this purchase is still PaymentPending, show the same no-access message
  • If the PurchaseState is Purchased, call ConsumePurchaseAsync or AcknowledgePurchaseAsync, depending on the product type

I highly recommend reading the entire Google Play Billing System docs.

Consumable vs Non-consumables on Android

On Android if you purchase anything you must first Acknowledge a purchase else it will be refunded. See the android documentation.

https://developer.android.com/google/play/billing/integrate#process https://developer.android.com/google/play/billing/integrate#pending

For consumables, the consumeAsync() method fulfills the acknowledgement requirement and indicates that your app has granted entitlement to the user. This method also enables your app to make the one-time product available for purchase again.

So, if you have a consumable...

ConsumePurchaseAsync
will also acknowledge it, if you have a non-consumable you will need to call
AcknowledgePurchaseAsync
.

Version 4+ Linker Settings

For linking if you are setting Link All you may need to add:

Android:

Plugin.InAppBilling;Xamarin.Android.Google.BillingClient

iOS:

--linkskip=Plugin.InAppBilling

License

The MIT License (MIT), see LICENSE file.

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