Secure and easy storage for Android.
This is Android Shared preference wrapper that encrypts the keys and values of Shared Preferences using 256-bit AES. The key is stored in the perferences and so can be read and extracted by root user. Keys and values are encrypted and base64 encooded before storing into prefs.
An Android (kotlin & java) library to store any kind of data structures, using
SharedPreferenceInspector provides a simple way to see shared preferences and edit them for test. No need to pull shared preferences. Just some simple clicks to see the values stored. Also with test mode to change the values and check the behavior of the app.
MultiSelectListPreference class to older android devices.
Originally MultiSelectListPreference was introduced to API level 11 (Honeycomb) and official support package does not include this class. This library introduces compatible class of MultiSelectListPreference.
Dolly is a library that combines 2 types of sharedPreferences in one place:
CryptoPrefs is the new cutting edge Andorid library for storing encrypted preferences securely and keeping them apart from indiscrete user's eyesights.
Your keys and values are encrypted using AES/CBC/PKCS5Padding algorithm and wrapped up using standard Base64 encoding. This library focus is put on reliability, security, lightness and speed.
Typed Preferences provides classes which allow to store and retrieve settings from the preferences. There is an individual class for each native type:
A library designed to replace default preferences on Android framework with something beauty. Hate the old preference style? Try this lib!
Android processor library for managing SharedPreferences persistence efficiently and structurally.
Save and load objects from SharedPreferences in a faster and simpler way with Kotlin Extensions.
This Android library let's you edit your application
SharedPreferences from the device itself.
This library incorporates annotation processing to ensure the compile time verification for user-defined shared preferences.
Every setter/getter method have reactive alternative.
A beautiful and extensible API for bulding preferences screen
Rapidly fast implementation of SharedPreferences which stores each preference in files separately, performs disk IO via NIO with memory mapped byte buffers and works IPC (between processes).
SharedPreferences Using Facebook Conceal Encryption.
This class simplifies calls to SharedPreferences in a line of code. It can also do more like: saving a list of strings, integers and saving images.
A library to abstract out the preference implementation for Tablets and Phones. It presents a single list of all the preferences on the phone and the usual two pane layout on tablets.
A live shared preferences library for Android.
Stash allows you to store custom objects and arrrayLists in SharedPreference just like you store string and int.
PrettySharedPreferences is a lightweight library for help you deal with SharedPreferences more easy and reduce most of boilplace code.
ShPref is an Android library created to simplify interaction with Shared Preferences.
Preffy is a library that wraps over Android's native EncryptedSharedPreferences class and gives you a clean and simple API to store the key value pairs. Both keys and values are encrypted, thus adding a security layer to protect your data.
A simple way to manage SharedPreferences for Android with Kotlin.
An easier way to use and consolidate preference in your Android project.
It's best to set up a way to ensure only one instance of each preference will be available in your application. This can best be done by using Dagger, but can also be done with an overridden Application class.