Instagram-like button for taking photos or recording videos.
An Android library to easily implement compound buttons, radio and check boxes. It supports also a grid visualization.
FabButton (FabProgress) is an Android Circular floating action button with intergrated progress indicator ring as per material design docs
IncDec library will allow you to perform increment and decrement operation. As it supports single click and long press, it enhances UX solving the delay problem in the typical number picker.
A simple multi-state toggle button for Android.
Android button which can morph from one shape to another.
ImageButton that invoke
onClickListener only when touch is inside the circle not outside (rectangle area of button).
Circular button for Android in Google Material Style.
A collection of buttons for use in Android applications.
A raised button that lowers down to 0dp of elevation.
A fully customizable tri-state toggle button for Android, based on iOS look and feel.
A multiple-choice button with 3D parallax effect.
A small library to show share buttons panel with
An Android button which can animate into a circular progress-bar when user clicks on it. The behaviour of this progress-bar can be either indeterminate, fixed time progressing or user can manually manage the progress.
A simple, elegant and customizable library for implementing the swipe button.
This is the advanced version of the android-process-button.
This library allows to create input control for numbers with "increase" and "decrease" buttons.
This project allows to create a button that is growing up and down.
RingButton is a button with two parts. Each part has its text, icon and click event.
Touch and move to show buttons. Touch up and you have 1 second to select button.
This project contains example code for creating animated buttons in Android using vector drawables and animated state lists.
android-autobgbutton is a subclass of the
Button widget that automatically darkens the button's background drawable when pressed, and sets it to transparent when disabled. This is inspired by iOS' automatic handling of custom background images for buttons.