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Android library to show "Rate this app" dialog

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 09 Nov 2020

AppRater Library for Android

Java
Updated 07 Aug 2020

Android-Rate is a library to help you promote your android app by prompting users to rate the app after using it for a few days.

Java
MIT License
Updated 13 Nov 2020

An Android library that encourages users to rate the app on the Google Play.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 21 Nov 2020

AndroidRate is a library to help you promote your Android app by prompting users to rate the app after using it for a few days.

Java
MIT License
Updated 06 Nov 2020

Android Five Stars Library is a small library that helps developer add a "Rate My App" dialog to their applications. It's called "Five Stars" because the dialog has a different behaviour based on the rating given by the user.

Java
Updated 17 Nov 2020

Android library that lets you prompt users to rate your application on their appstore (e.g. Google Play)

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 22 Jun 2020

Personal fork of AppRate to update to MaterialDialogs API

Kotlin
MIT License
Updated 27 Sep 2020

Android library that shows a dialog to let the user rate this app in the Google Play store

Java
MIT License
Updated 29 May 2020

A plug and play ;) android library for displaying a "rate this app" dialog

Java
Other
Updated 29 Sep 2020

Engage Users with a Snackbar to e.g. rate or translate the app

Java
MIT License
Updated 17 Aug 2020

TwoStageRate is a library to help you promote your android app by prompting users to rate the app after using it for a few days. Also its two stage process ensures higher reviews to go to playstore while getting useful feedback on lower ratings.

Java
GNU General Public License v3.0
Updated 16 Oct 2020

An Android library providing a dialog, which asks the user to rate the app or give feedback. You can also use the library to show the Google in-app review easily under certain conditions.

Kotlin
Apache License 2.0
Updated 21 Nov 2020

Lynx is an Android library created to show a custom view with all the information Android logcat is printing, different traces of different levels will be rendererd to show from log messages to your application exceptions. You can filter this traces, share your logcat to other apps, configure the max number of traces to show or the sampling rate used by the library.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 23 Nov 2020

😍⭐⭐Material Smart Rating App - An Android library that encourages users to rate the app on Google Play.⭐⭐😘

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 12 Nov 2020

[android][lib] The DroidAppRater is an Android library project for an app rater component that will help you getting better reviews on the Google Play Store.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 14 Nov 2019

A android library that reminds the user to review your app.

Java
Updated 26 Oct 2017

Kotlin Android library for asking users to rate the app

Kotlin
MIT License
Updated 25 Jun 2019

AppRateAlert is a library which helps you promote your android app engaging users to RATE app after using it for a few days something like adding in-app feedback to your android app.

Java
Updated 04 Jan 2018

Android Library that make easy to implement App rate dialog

Java
MIT License
Updated 04 Dec 2018

:movie_camera: Popular Movies Stage 1. Discover the latest popular and top rated movies. MVVM + Retrofit + Paging library + AAC

Java
MIT License
Updated 29 May 2020

This is an Android application which allows the user to manage his personal library. The goal is to be able to look for books information thanks to the Google Book API and then be able to add this book to our personal library on this app. Then the user can update an added books to put his personal rate, and his own point a view about it for example. I'm using Google Sign in API to connect to the app, Google Book API to find information about a book entered by the user, Retrofit to deal with the JSON file sent by the API and I use a SQLite database

Java
Updated 18 Mar 2017

AppRateDialog library for Android apps.

Java
Updated 07 Aug 2018

EasyRate is an Android library for dealing with app ratings & feedbacks. In simple words, it shows a modern and well-designed dialog to engage users to rate your app on the Google Play Store.

Java
Updated 04 Sep 2020

Android library asking users to rate your application periodically and other things to promote your app

Java
MIT License
Updated 11 Oct 2019

Java
Updated 07 Apr 2016

appRate Prompt | Android | Library

Java
Updated 21 Oct 2018

App Rating help android library

Java
Updated 10 Jun 2020

Simple kotlin library to rate app

Kotlin
Updated 06 May 2019

The android library show dialog rate on app and on Google Play Store

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 04 Aug 2017

A Concert Library App where users can enter concert events, rate them, add videos, and share them with other users.

Java
Updated 11 Dec 2016

smart app rate library for android

Java
GNU General Public License v2.0
Updated 19 Jun 2014

Android library to request user give us five stars review

Java
MIT License
Updated 22 May 2020

Android AppRater Library. Android library that lets you prompt users to rate your application on Play Store

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 08 Jul 2017

This library will make easier asking for an user rating on an Android App

Java
Updated 25 Jun 2018

Android RateIt library prompts the users to rate and comment your App

Java
Updated 02 Nov 2013

Android app uses digital signal processing, the Open Computer Vision library, and the camera of your phone to detect your heart rate through your finger.

Java
Updated 20 Jan 2020

Android Rating is a library to help you promote your android app by prompting users to rate the app after using it for a few days.

Java
MIT License
Updated 31 Dec 2019

Android app that shows a list of the top rated and most popular movies by using themoviedb.org JSON API. Implements libraries as Picasso for image downloads and caching, Volley for HTTP request.

Java
Updated 10 Mar 2020

Android app that lists popular and top rated movies using the moviedb API. The app utilizes retrofit and Picasso libraries

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 13 Apr 2020

Android library for displaying a "rate this app"dialog on google play store with auto disabling and auto manage dialog appearance

Java
Updated 27 Aug 2014

It is an example Android app that provide follow exchange rates to us. Built with Flex.io API and Retrofit2 Library

Java
Updated 23 Jun 2019

An Android application using Retrofit library to connect with backend (JSON) and display the top 20 rated movies in a recyclerview. connected with "themoviedb.org" website API. Applying MVP Archtecture Pattern, written by Java

Java
Updated 05 Aug 2018

An Android application using Retrofit library to connect with backend (JSON) and display the top 20 rated movies in a recyclerview. connected with "themoviedb.org" website API. Applying MVP Archtecture Pattern, written by Kotlin

Kotlin
Updated 05 Aug 2018

This is the final project that passed Udacity's Android Nanodegree's Stage 2 challenge. The app pulls movie data such as top-rated and most-popular movies from an outside database. The project demonstrates the use of network API via AsyncTask, persistence storage and live data using SQLite Room library, and other functionalities such as selecting favorite movies of choice.

Java
Updated 15 Apr 2020

An Android app that displays a list of movies, shows information about them, allows users to rate and mark movies as favourite. The app introduces RecyclerView, multiple Fragments and ButterKnife library.

Java
Updated 05 Jul 2018

A library, following Google's Material Design, to help you promote your Android app by prompting users to rate the app after using it for a few days. Its two stage process ensures higher reviews to go to playstore while getting useful feedback on lower ratings.

Java
Apache License 2.0
Updated 26 Mar 2017

Project Overview Project Overview Most of us can relate to kicking back on the couch and enjoying a movie with friends and family. In this project, you’ll build an app to allow users to discover the most popular movies playing. We will split the development of this app in two stages. First, let's talk about stage 1. In this stage you’ll build the core experience of your movies app. You app will: Present the user with a grid arrangement of movie posters upon launch. Allow your user to change sort order via a setting: The sort order can be by most popular or by highest-rated Allow the user to tap on a movie poster and transition to a details screen with additional information such as: original title movie poster image thumbnail A plot synopsis (called overview in the api) user rating (called vote_average in the api) release date Why this Project? To become an Android developer, you must know how to bring particular mobile experiences to life. Specifically, you need to know how to build clean and compelling user interfaces (UIs), fetch data from network services, and optimize the experience for various mobile devices. You will hone these fundamental skills in this project. By building this app, you will demonstrate your understanding of the foundational elements of programming for Android. Your app will communicate with the Internet and provide a responsive and delightful user experience. What Will I Learn After Stage 1? You will fetch data from the Internet with theMovieDB API. You will use adapters and custom list layouts to populate list views. You will incorporate libraries to simplify the amount of code you need to write Ready to start building?

Java
Updated 10 Mar 2017

SlushFlicks has been built upon public APIs from IMDB. This application helps users to view trending, popular, upcoming and top-rated movies and Tv shows and their detailed information. Users can also search for a movie or Tv show. This app also cache data to support offline browsing. This is a personal project and the core objective of this project was to have hands-on experience on recent Android jetpack library components like navigation, paging and MVI architecture. In addition to this, Local unit testing is also being implemented in this project. Furthermore, worked on optimization by eliminating memory leaks and reducing gpu-overdraw.

Kotlin
Updated 21 Nov 2020

Present users with a grid arrangement of movie posters upon launch. Allow users to change sort order via a setting: The sort order can be by most popular or by highest-rated (movie data fetched from the Internet with the MovieDB API) or by favorite movies (movie data fetched from the local database). Allow users to choose enabling offline use or not via a setting: When enabling offline use is checked, movie posters and movies' basic information will be saved to users' local app cache folder for future offline usage, and will be automatically updated approximately every 24 hours. Created three tables (Movie, Trailer, Review) in one local database. Implemented Content Provider to access the database to fetch favorite movies data. Allow users to tap on a movie poster and transition to a detail screen with additional information such as: original title / movie poster image thumbnail / a plot synopsis / user rating / release date / trailers / reviews. Allow users to view and play trailers via an Intent either to launch in Youtube app or a web browser (if Youtube app isn't installed on the user's phone). Allow users to mark a movie as a favorite in the details view by tapping the star floating action button. Allow users to delete a movie from the favorite movie database by tapping the star button again. Color grey on the star indicates the movie is not stored in the database. To display the details requires an API request. Color yellow on the star indicates the movie is stored in the database (including trailers and reviews). To display the details does not require an API request. Implemented sharing functionality to allow the user to share the first trailer's Youtube URL from the movie details screen. Allow users to interact with the app via a widget: When click the widget title, the app main screen opens directly. When click one of the widget movies' list, the clicked movie detail screen opens directly. Implemented deep links, so that when users go back from one movie's detail screen, it will come back to the app's main screen instead of jumping out of the app directly. Allow users to get a highest-rated popular movie notification every day. Incorporated libraries to simplify the amount of code, such as: Using Picasso to fetch images and load them into views. Using RecyclerView and ConstraintLayouts to implement efficient layout design. Used adapters and viewholders to populate list views. Used databinding to populate details views. Support custom layout-land design to use up white spaces when the phone is rotated to landscape mode. Support different dimensions on Android tablets. Support default language: English and another language: Chinese. Support accessibility for vision-limited users. Stored all the strings in string.xml. Stored all the dimens in dimens.xml.

Java
Updated 07 Jun 2020