Permission Reuquester is a simple permission request activity that let you grant permissions easylly, with a standard policy, that covers all of situations relative.
A Kotlin library that helps to request runtime permissions.
Small utility library for Android to evaluate requirements in order for some action to proceed. For example: network connection, permissions (API 23), system services (location, bluetooth, ...), etc.
This Android library is for handle running time permissions in simplest way!
A simple listener-based API to handle runtime permissions.
An android library that makes it really easy to deal with dynamic permissions. Based on the context, library automatically decides whether to show a dialog (in case app is in foreground) or a notification (in case permission is required by a background service).
Very compact library to handle android dynamic permissions. Contrary to other solutions, it supports modal and modeless rationale.
Simple Android library for permissions request.
MayI is yet another library that simplifies the process of requesting permissions at runtime for devices that run Android Marshmallow and above.
This library aims to reduce boilerplate code needed to request permissions at runtime by featuring a simple chainable API designed the way I want it.
PermissionsWrapper is the easiest way to manage Android Marshmallow and Nougat runtime permissions.
This Library automatically search for permission in android manifest file and request for the same.
Also, if request is cancelled it shows a popup window with alert to grant permission. If the app can no longer request permission due to "Don't ask again" on permission it will toast a message to grant permission from settings.
All the action performed after grant or deny can be customized by overriding method shown below. Custom permission can be checked instead of all permission in android manifest file.
An Android permission library extending Google's EasyPermissions with convenient additions.
@AfterPermissionDeniedannotation for methods to run automatically after denial.
DialogFragmentto open app detail settings which you have more control upon, e.g. dialog title can be hidden now.
In a word, just start with EffortlessPermissions instead of EasyPermissions.
EasyPermissions is a wrapper library to simplify basic system permissions logic when targeting Android M or higher.
Android requires that these request come from an
Activity. With Easy Permissions this is no longer an issue, you may request permission from anywhere as long as you provide
Context. In addition, if you request a permission that is already granted the user will not be prompted.
Android floating window permission compatibility library.
PermissionHelper used to simplify Runtime Permission Structure.
The easiest way to handle android runtime permissions. This project is a helper class to do the same.
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.
PermissionsManager library that has base activity and fragment that extend from AppCompatActivity to ease with the handling of runtime permissions.
Android Runtime Permissions Library to support Android 6.0+
Android Marshmallow Permissions integration, Simple and Fast. Check the Github page for more info on how the library works and how to use it.
Java and Kotlin versions available.
A utility library for Android Runtime Permissions.
This library allows you easily implement Android marshmallow permissions.
PermissionAcceptor allows to handle runtime permission in Marshmallow (Android 6.0).
Simplified utility class to ask marshmallow permissions.
Perm is a library that makes it simple to check and request Android Permissions at runtime (like Camera or GPS) for Apps targeting Android 6 or more.
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.