Hi Jason D,
From the list of 4 usages of Imagery Metada API
-- Determine the vintage of the imagery at a location.
-- Determine the availability of imagery at a location at a specified zoom level.
-- Determine the availability of different types of imagery at a location.
-- Build custom maps by stitching together imagery tiles.
we use only the fourth - our RadMap stiches tiles of images. The ImageryMetadata help us get a link from which the tile Image is downloaded.
So I don't think our API could help you in the mobile app requirement you work on (I guess this is your case). However, the API described in the link is pretty straightforward - you have URL with parameters and the response is in JSON format that you can deserialize.
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