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    Article Summary

    The Shoplive iOS SDK is a mobile SDK that enables you to provide live broadcasting quickly and easily to your app users. It offers features such as Shoplive PIP (Picture-in-Picture) and a native keyboard UI, ensuring a seamless mobile experience on smartphones.


    • You can install it using CocoaPods or Swift Package Manager.

    • You can use Shoplive Player to play Shoplive broadcasts.

    • You can display low-quality/muted Shoplive broadcasts as video banners to encourage users to watch them.

    • Users can participate in chat and search for products while watching Shoplive broadcasts.

    • You can start and switch Shoplive broadcasts to Picture-in-Picture (PIP) mode from within your app or the home screen.

    • Guests can participate in the chat, and you can receive real-time information about users who join the chat.

    • Authenticated users can join the chat and link their accounts through simple authentication/security authentication.

    • You can change chat nicknames and chat fonts.

    • Coupons can be used.

    • You can manage products using various features.

    • You can use the default system share UI or a custom system share UI.

    • You can share links to the currently playing broadcast.

    • You can set interruption options while Shoplive Player is playing.

    • You can set the video aspect ratio in tablet portrait mode.

    • You can receive real-time information about various aspects of the ongoing broadcast.

    • You can receive real-time information about the Shoplive iOS SDK.


    minimum system requirements for using the Shoplive iOS SDK:

    • Xcode 14 or higher

    • iOS 11 or higher

    • iOS Deployment Target 11.0 or higher

    • Swift 5.0 or higher

    The provided requirements represent the minimum supported versions for using the Shoplive iOS SDK. However, please note that depending on the iOS version, certain features supported by the Shoplive iOS SDK may have limitations or restrictions.

    SDK Sample

    You can check the SDK sample at the following link:

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