PermissionHelper used to simplify Runtime Permission Structure.
Permission Manager is easily manage Android Marshmallow and nougat runtime permissions.
This library is backwards compatible. In pre-Marshmallow devices permissions are returned as given. This is done using the Android Support library
AppCompatActivity and support
Fragment methods for permissions.
The library came out as an effort to reduce the boilerplate required for getting runtime permissions for Android devices running OS 6.0 and above.
The developer can now focus on handling the granted and denied state of the permission rather than dealing with the permission flow and dialogues.
Simplify Android permission with in-build message Dialogs.
Permissify is an Android library that makes requesting permissions at runtime much easier.
Android Marshmallow added a new functionality to let users grant permissions when running an app instead of granting them all when installing it. This approach gives the user more control but requires developers to add lots of boilerplate code to support it.
A permission helper library that simplifies asking user for permission in Android M. With a customisable explanation dialog, you can easily explain to the user the permissions you need and why you need it, with buttons for permissions or take users to the app settings page in case the permission was denied.