A library to check the Internet Connection Status & Speed in Android (WiFi and Mobile Data)
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A Simple Android library to check various types of network connections, to allow an app check internet connectivity status before making HTTP Requests. The library also offers real-time capabilities, so that you can do some task automatically when connected to the internet.

Getting Started

These instructions will help you set up this library easily on your current project and working in no time. You only need a few configurations to start working!


To be able to use the following library, you will need to add the following gradle dependency in your build.gradle(module:app) file

implementation 'com.androidstudy:tovuti:0.0.1'

That is the basic set up needed to be able to use the library in your applications!


First, we need to add these permission to our Android Manifest file :

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE"/>

Also, for android M and above, you must request the runtime permission for ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE.

That's it, you have set up the required permissions and ready to go!

Quick Example

You can use it in both Android Activities and Fragments, as shown using the code snippets below. You can now replace the dots with a call to make your HTTP Request now!

import com.androidstudy.networkmanager.Monitor;
import com.androidstudy.networkmanager.Tovuti;

public class MyActivity extends Activity {
    private Tovuti tovuti;

    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {

        tovuti = Tovuti.from(this)
                .monitor(new Monitor.ConnectivityListener() {
                    public void onConnectivityChanged(int connectionType, boolean isConnected, boolean isFast) {

    protected void onStop() {

Take a look at this sample project which has a sample implementation of the library.

Contributing and Issues

Please feel free to contribute or open issues, if any and I will be happy to help out!


This project is licensed under the MIT License.