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Google's software stack for mobile devices. Please use the Android-specific tags such as [android-intent], not [intent]. For non-developer questions, see http://android.stackexchange.com
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A question about how the API returns answers.
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A question about the Stack Exchange API: usage, functioning, guidelines, etc.
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Questions about the built-in API help pages at <https://api.stackexchange.com/docs>.
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Questions about the registration, management, and usage of API keys.
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for questions about the Stack Exchange API version 2.
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For questions relating to version 2.1 of the Stack Exchange API.
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For questions relating to version 2.2 of the Stack Exchange API.
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Applications that use the Stack Exchange API or work on any of the Stack Exchange websites are listed as questions and tagged with this tag. The body of the question contains details and screenshots o…
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Questions about whether [app]s with certain functionality exist. Some members of the community may react to these questions by creating those [app]s, should they not exist.
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a Q/A site in the Stack Exchange Network.
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A question about how the API returns user associations.
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A question about the Stack Exchange authentication process and related API methods.
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Indicates you've found an erroneous or unexpected behavior in the Stack Exchange API, or the Stack Exchange HTML or CSS, that needs to be fixed.
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Accompanies [app]s written in, or [library]s meant to be used from, the C# programming language
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Questions about / scripts that mess around with Stack Exchange Chat.
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An [app] that takes the form of an extension to the Google Chrome browser.
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