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Package/Library Manager for Android Apps

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# candy
The Package/Library Manager for Android Apps
`candy` can automatically add permissions and gradle dependencies to the app project.
To install candy, simply type: `pip install candy`.

## App developer
An example to use candy to install a new package to the app project
cd /path/to/your/project
candy install acra

The full usage guide:
candy - the package/library manager for Android apps
install <package_name> - install a new package to the current project
uninstall <package_name> - uninstall a given package from the current project
search <package_name> - search a package in all known registries

## Package/Library developer
If you are a package/library developer and want `candy` to automate installation, you can
prepare a `candy.json` file under your package root, like this:
"name": "acra",
"version": "4.7.0",
"description": "Application Crash Reports for Android",
"author": "Kevin Gaudin",
"contributors": [
"keywords": [
"license": "Apache License v2",
"usageGuide": "",
"require_permissions": [
"url": "",
"gradle_depends": [
If you have experience with `npm`, you should find this familiar with [`package.json`](

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