Simple Library to Pick an image from the Gallery or Capture image with Camera.
Almost 90% of the app that I have developed has Image upload feature. To simplify the image pick/capture option I have created this library. Its easily configurable and easy to use.
The SplashPicker library lets your users pick an image from Unsplash.com to use anywhere in your app.
The easiest way to gather images from camera, gallery, etc. Retrieve images from camera or gallery without all the boilerplate required (declaring FileProviders, Activtiy result management, bitmap conversion, etc.)
Battlefield of an idea, how to make the same media pick than Instagram.
Android library to choose image from gallery or camera with option to compress result image.
An Android Facebook image picker built using Kotlin, RxJava2, and Facebook's Graph API. The library allows the user to browse through their Facebook albums and images. This will require the Facebook app being used to have the "user_photos" permission. The library allows the user to select a number of photos and will return the associated preview and source URLs for the photo(s) selected. The sample app shows an example of how to use the selected Facebook image data to download and use the image(s) within an ImageView.
File picker allows you to take photo and files from camera \ gallery \ filesystem and also you can add up to 3 own custom actions.
Picker will ask for camera and gallery permission on android version 6.0 or above.
Pix is a Whatsapp image picker replica. with this you can integrate a image picker just like whatsapp.
An image picker that extends
A fully customizable icon picker dialog that provides easy access to a load of quality icons without having to include them in your project. Icons used by this library are all part of the Material Design Icons set, made by Google as well as several contributors.
Kotlin based media picker library, to pick multiple images and/or videos from built-in gallery. Easy to implement and use.
Easy customizable picker for all your needs in Android application.
Android Library to work with Camera or Gallery.
A Imagepicker which allows to select images or capture from camera with permission.
MultiImagePicker for Android Application, written in Kotlin.
Android gallery & photo/video functionality simplified with RxJava2.
Multi photo picker is totally custom library. User can add multiple picture with same photo multiple time.
Multi photo picker has best sorting option for sort by name, date and size.
Multi photo picker display album list and photos gallery it is easy to add photos in list.
Combined both TedBottomPicker and Camera View, to get the View Similar to ImagePickers of Olx.
We can Pick Images From Gallery and Camera in two modes (Single, Multi), and pick multiple images from both Camera and Gallery.
CroPicker is album and image Picker Library for Android. Supports import a list of Albums and support multiple image selection.
You can easily pick images and files from any device storage.
Matisse is a well-designed local image and video selector for Android. You can
Last images added or downloaded to the device. Like the functionality of Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp.
A simple library for Android to get images from gallery or from camera.
Awesome Image Picker library will pick images/gifs with beautiful interface. Supports image or gif, Single and Multiple Image selection.
Library for multiple images capture as well as multiple image picker. UX/UI can be styled with any color relative to Material Design. Please do check for the latest version before integrating into your project. Latest version - 1.0.2
A small customizable library useful to handle an gallery image pick action built-in your app.
A powerful image picker which support multi mode and huge image.
If you want to pick up a photo from the gallery and camera, store it somewhere then do something, this library will be the best choice for you. It will handle all the storing, scaling, rotating, threading, loading dialogs. Easy to start a photo intent, easy to get the result, you won't need to code a lot as what you used to do.
It also helps you to handle realtime permissions without any lines of code.