SafetyNet Attestation API -- Quota Request

The default quota (per project) for the SafetyNet Attestation API (a.k.a. the Android Device Verification API) is 10,000 requests per day.

Please read the documentation and be familiar with the best-practices for this API before sending your request for a larger quota.

Useful resources:
Developer documentationCode samples and Best practices

At this time, we can only respond to emails sent in English, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. 

Please use this form for English language support. If you need support in another language, please select a different language in the dropdown menu at the bottom.

If your developer account has been terminated or you believe your app was rejected in error, the best way to reach us is through the link in the enforcement email you received.

* Required field

Having read our documentation, tell us how do you think the SafetyNet Attestation API will help your service? What conditions or workflows will trigger your app to call this API? How many of your users are expected to call this app daily?
Method of validating SafetyNet Attestation API responses *
Method of automatically retrying in case of errors *
You can find this in the Developer Console. This is NOT the application's package name.
Add additional
Are these apps (going to be) distributed using the Google Play Store? *
This is the daily quota that will be applicable to your project (across all its associated API keys).
Provide this value ONLY if your service's traffic/load pattern is not uniform.
Use this space if you want to explain more aspects of your quota request.
This field is required.
https://myaccount.google.com/privacypolicy?hl=$0
Some account and system information will be sent to Google, and support calls and chats may be recorded. We will use this information to improve support quality and training, to help address technical issues, and to improve our products and services, subject to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.
Additional info