A friendly library to prompt your users to rate your app.
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Fixed javadoc errors and other minor improvements
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README.md

AppRate

  • AppRate allows your users to rate your application.

  • AppRate shows a customizable rate dialog according to your chosen settings.

How to install and use

  1. Put the AppRate jar in your libs folder or add AppRate as a library project.
  1. Use AppRate as follows in your MAIN activity:
new AppRate(this).init();

Features

  • You can decide not to prompt the user if the application has crashed once.
new AppRate(this)
	.setShowIfAppHasCrashed(false)
	.init();
  • You can decide when to prompt the user.
new AppRate(this)
	.setMinDaysUntilPrompt(7)
	.setMinLaunchesUntilPrompt(20)
	.init();
  • You can customize all the messages and buttons of the rate dialog.
AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(this)
	.setCustomTitle(myCustomTitleView)
	.setIcon(R.drawable.my_custom_icon)
	.setMessage("My custom message")
	.setPositiveButton("My custom positive button", null)
	.setNegativeButton("My custom negative button", null)
	.setNeutralButton("My custom neutral button", null);

new AppRate(this)
	.setCustomDialog(builder)
	.init();
  • You can set your own click listener.
new AppRate(this)
	.setOnClickListener(new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
		@Override
		public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int which) {
			// Do something.
		}
	})
	.init();

Screenshots

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License

This content is released under the MIT License.