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.
Android Runtime Permission is an easy way to handle single or multiple permission very easily.
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.
Simplify Android permission with in-build message Dialogs.
A simple helper library to request permissions in Android M and above.
A Simplified integration of runtime permissions, which has been introduced from Marshmallow.
The easiest Kotlin Library for Android Runtime Permissions & Device Info.
RxJava/RxAndroid way to request permissions on android os marshmallow and above. This library allows the usage of RxJava 2.0.
Updated new version 1.2.0
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.
Following the same approach that RxActivityResult does, RxPermissionsResult is a reactive wrapper around the permission's Android Api, which allows to get the data without breaking the observable chain.
FcPermissions is a library to simplify basic system permissions logic when targeting Android M or higher.
AllowMe simple library to handle Android M permissions easily.
Permissive is a lightweight, yet powerful Android library, that helps you restore control over permissions handling introduced in Android Marshmallow.
Deal with Android M permissions in runtime in a simple way with reactive programming. This library was developed in Kotlin but can interoperate with Java.