androidhive 2016-12-06T11:45:19Z http://www.androidhive.info/feed/atom/ Prushni Jani <![CDATA[Android Working with WebView – Building a Simple In-App Browser]]> http://www.androidhive.info/?p=40120 2016-12-06T11:45:19Z 2016-12-06T11:13:56Z Android’s WebView allows you to integrate a webpage as a part of the app. WebView comes with all the features that of a desktop browser like managing history, cookies, HTML5 support and lot more. Using webview you can build very cool apps like integrating HTML5 games in the app. In this article we are going to learn the basic usage of WebView starting from displaying a webpage to building a simple in-app browser that provides navigation and bookmark support. You will also learn how to use the WebView with other material elements like CollapsingToolbar and NestedScrollView to achieve the native

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Rivu Chakraborty <![CDATA[Android Working with Marshmallow (M) Runtime Permissions]]> http://www.androidhive.info/?p=39208 2016-12-01T04:59:06Z 2016-11-30T15:10:25Z Android is a privilege separated operating system, i.e. each application in android is separated from another through a distinct id, and each application file / data is private to that application only. Each Android application is started in its own process thus are isolated from all other applications (even from system / default applications). As a result an Android application can’t access any file or data outside its scope until and unless the file or data is shared with the application. So, the conclusion is that if an application needs anything outside its scope, then it should request for permission

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Suumit Shah <![CDATA[Facemoji Keyboard + GIFs Android App Review]]> http://www.androidhive.info/?p=40070 2016-11-28T11:16:15Z 2016-11-28T11:16:15Z As you know, customization is a reason why people prefer Android to iOS. It’s a matter of fact that you can customize a lot of things when it comes to Android. Of course, you will have to root your device or take some other steps. But if you want to have a customized keyboard experience in your device with a lot of emojis and themes, all you need to do is to install Facemoji Keyboard for Android! Facemoji Keyboard is a free customizable keyboard you can get for your phone. We’ve have come up with an in-detail yet crispy review

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Keval Patel <![CDATA[Android Floating Widget like Facebook Chat Head]]> http://www.androidhive.info/?p=39678 2016-11-26T07:05:29Z 2016-11-26T07:05:29Z Floating widgets are the views that float over the screen. This view will remain floating on the screen no matter whichever screen you are in. They are very convenient for multitasking as a user can work on other application and control your application for the same time. That means if you are in the calculator application and a widget from the music player is floating over the screen, you can control your music at the same time. Pretty cool! In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to create simple floating widget and allow the user to drag them

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Suumit Shah <![CDATA[DU Caller Review – Caller ID & Block App for Android]]> http://www.androidhive.info/?p=40035 2016-11-24T09:52:44Z 2016-11-24T09:52:44Z You are sitting on the couch and you receive a phone call from an unknown number, not once but a lot of times! It will be hard to understand who’s behind all these calls — unless you have DU Caller installed in your Android device. It’s a newer and better way to find the person behind the calls you receive. So, the next time you receive a call from a strange number, you won’t have to hesitate. In this article, we will have a brief review of DU Caller, which offers many other features. That is, you can do a

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Sharif Khaleel http://sharifkhaleel.xyz <![CDATA[Android How to Add Fingerprint Authentication]]> http://www.androidhive.info/?p=40003 2016-11-22T16:23:18Z 2016-11-22T16:23:18Z Recently with the release of Android 6.0 (M) last year, there has been a significant amount of changes to the APIs, one of them is Fingerprint Authentication. With the release of new APIs, authenticating users with help of fingerprint sensors on various devices is possible. Following tutorial example shows how to implement Fingerprint Authentication in your application. To authenticate users using the fingerprint sensor, you need to get an instance of the newly implemented FingerprintManager class and call the authenticate() method. However your app must be running on a compatible device which includes a fingerprint sensor. Moreover you must implement

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Suumit Shah <![CDATA[TunesGo Review – Manage Your Entire Mobile Lifestyle in One Convenient Place]]> http://www.androidhive.info/?p=39993 2016-11-21T08:09:10Z 2016-11-21T08:09:10Z There may be many tools that let you manage your Android Smartphone or iOS devices! However, many choices won’t be there when you need a multi-platform phone manager for all your digital needs. Out of the fewer choices, Wondershare TunesGo is an exceptionally good one. We came across this advanced phone manager a few days ago and fell in love with it. That’s why we thought of coming with a Wondershare TunesGo Review. In this review, we shall discuss different aspects of this phone manager, its features and the bottom line. So, in the end, you would know whether you

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Hani Momanii <![CDATA[Android How to Integrate Emojis Keyboard in your App]]> http://www.androidhive.info/?p=39946 2016-11-19T09:32:48Z 2016-11-19T09:00:10Z Emojis 😛 are amazing way to express our feeling and deliver our thoughts that people with deferent languages can understand it even children’s can understand it. Any popular social network application provide you a set of Emojis. Take a look at your last messages to see how much you are using them. It’s very important to have them in your applications. Android OS can render Emojis on Text fields. This article explains how to integrate emojis keyboard into your app easily with many customization options using SuperNova-Emoji library. DOWNLOAD CODEDOWNLOAD .APKGITHUB 1. Simple Integration Below is the syntax of a

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Suumit Shah <![CDATA[DU Speed Booster for Android – Speed Up Your Android Smartphone]]> http://www.androidhive.info/?p=39906 2016-11-07T06:29:38Z 2016-11-07T06:29:38Z How often do your blame your smartphone for being pathetically slow? For not letting you make calls quickly or play game without lags? If you do that often, DU Speed Booster for Android is an app that you must try out. It’s a fact that the OEM-based software can slow down your Android device. However, at the same time, there is the impact of junk files, trash as well as many other hidden stuff. DU Speed Booster is a free, easy to use Android application that helps you have a clean Android phone with better speed and performance ahead. In

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Suumit Shah <![CDATA[ES File Explorer – The Ultimate File Manager for Android]]> http://www.androidhive.info/?p=39894 2016-11-07T06:13:36Z 2016-11-07T06:13:36Z Every Android smartphone comes with a default file browser. Sometimes, it’s developed by manufacturers; sometimes it is the Android standard. However, in most cases, these file browsers are not up to the mark. In fact, you may not even be able to perform basic actions like Copying and Pasting. What’s more, some devices come with no file explorer at all. This was why developers came up with the idea of third-party File Explorers. And, ES File Explorer is undoubtedly the superb choice you can make when you need a free, feature-rich and effective file explorer for your Android devices. Used

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