As you may know, we announced the release of our new Python client library—googleads—in March, 2014. Since then, we’ve received a lot of feedback that has helped us further improve the library. Given the positive reception we’ve had with googleads, along with the improvements we’ve made to it over the past few months, the time is right for us to give our legacy Python client library—adspygoogle—a proper send-off. The legacy ads APIs Python client library has been deprecated and will be sunset on January 5th, 2015.

Between now and the sunset date, all upcoming API releases will be supported. The legacy client library will no longer be available on GitHub or PyPI after the sunset date. You can continue to use it while supported versions of the APIs are available, but it will eventually become obsolete and won’t be supported if any new issues are discovered. In order to smoothly transition to the new client library and have uninterrupted access to the newest versions of the APIs, we suggest you migrate to googleads as soon as possible. To help you migrate, we’ve prepared a migration guide.

If you discover any bugs, would like to contribute, or have feature requests for googleads, feel free to let us know via the library’s issue tracker. If you have any questions or feedback for us, you can reach us on the Google Ads Developers Google+ page.