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Hey Ben, Sorry for the inconvenience! Could you share the query parameters you are using (sans API key of course!) that are failing for you? The test case requests we are using are currently succeeding (including searching for snapchat), but there might be a scenario we're not seeing.
बुध 1:41 23/11/22
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Hey alx4329, Generally yes, the first entrypoint would be via the search endpoint, which will return apps. Then, you can save the application id in your database and use that to pull app-specific information in the future. For example, if a user in your app wanted to "save" or "favorite" a list of apps, you would save the list of app ids for the user. If you are building a manual usecase, you can also just visit the app's AppStore page on the web, and in the URL bar you can see the app Id.
शुक्र 4:51 18/11/22
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Hi workhorsedev, sorry for the inconvenience. Google Play has been updating more often these days, breaking our scraper logic. We fixed the most recent issue, hopefully you are seeing correct results on your side now. If not, please let us know an example request you are running that is failing.
गुरू 8:13 18/8/22
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nebelinfotechllp, sorry for the inconvenience. We just fixed an issue with the Google Play scraper logic. Please let us know if you're still seeing an issue, and if you could provide us with an example request, that would help.
गुरू 8:12 18/8/22
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@workhorsedev apologies for the inconvenience. I managed to reproduce the issue and resolve it just now, your queries should be working as expected now, please let me know if not and if you could provide an example query you're running.
सोम 4:46 17/1/22
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@exnerfelix Apologies for the inconvenience. I was able to confirm your repro and found the issue, and pushed a fix. You should see your queries resolve correctly/successfully now
सोम 4:45 17/1/22