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Framework to support Mobile App distribution for Android Apps.

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With Applivery you can massively distribute your Android Apps (both Ad-hoc or In-House/Enterprise) through a customizable distribution site with no need of your users have to be registered in the platform. No matter if your Android Apps are signed using Play Store or debug developer signature, Applivery is perfect not only for beta testing distribute to your QA team, but also for In-House Enterprise distribution for beta testing users, prior to a release, or even for corporative Apps to the employees of a company.


  • Automatic OTA Updates when uploading new versions to Applivery.
  • Force update if App version is lower than the minimum version configured in Applivery.
  • Send feedback. Your test users can report a bug or send improvements feedback by simply taking a screenshot.


Applivery SDK is fully compatible with Android v5.0 (API 21) and higher versions. However it will build properly from Android 4.1 (API 16) but the with limited functionality.

Getting Started

First of all, you should create an account on and then add a new Application.

Get your credentials

APP TOKEN: that identifies and grants access to your app in order to use the SDK.

You can get your APP TOKEN in your App -> Settings -> Integrations section.

SDK Installation

Gradle with jCenter dependency


implementation 'com.applivery:applivery-sdk:3.4'

Gradle with JitPack Maven dependency

Add the following repository to your's root gradle:

  allprojects {
    repositories {
      maven { url "" }

Add the following dependency to your app gradle:

  dependencies {
    implementation 'com.github.Applivery:applivery-android-sdk:v3.4'

Gradle with Nexus/MavenCentral dependency

Maven Central

add the following dependency to your app gradle:

 compile 'com.applivery:applivery-android-sdk:3.4'

SDK Setup

Step 1

At your application startup, in a class extending from Application, you must call the Applivery.init() method:

class AppliveryApplication : Application() {

   override fun onCreate() {

       if (BuildConfig.BUILD_TYPE != "release") {
           Applivery.init(this, BuildConfig.APPLIVERY_APP_TOKEN)

This method is intended to initialize the Applivery SDK. The only thing you have to take care about is that this call MUST be performed in App's onCreate() Method.

IMPORTANT: Don't init Applivery on release builds

Step 2

Once initialized the SDK and once your App is stable in the Home Screen you have to call proactivelly the following method in order to check for new updates:


About params

  • app: Your app instance.
  • appToken: Your app token from applivery dashboard

Advanced concepts


You will find that the following public methods are available:

Manually check for updates:


Check for updates when coming from background


Start the download of the last app version:


Feedback Reporting

You can either take a screenshot or shake your phone if you want to send activate the Feedback Reproting feature

You can enable or disable the screenshot feedback by using the following methods:


... and the shake event by using:


Bind user

Programatically login a user in Applivery, for example if the app has a custom login and don't want to use Applivery's authentication to track the user in the platform

Applivery.bindUser(@NonNull String email, @Nullable String firstName,
                @Nullable String lastName, @Nullable Collection<String> tags);

Unbind user

Logout a previously binded user


Styling the UI

In order to customize the appearance of the UI, you can make a new resource file called applivery.xml under your res/values folder overwriting the Applivery default attributes.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
  <color name="applivery_primary_color">#ffbb33</color>
  <color name="applivery_secondary_color">#ffffff</color>
  <color name="applivery_primary_font_color">#ffffff</color>
  <color name="applivery_secondary_font_color">#444444</color>
  <color name="applivery_drawing_color">#ffbb33</color>

  <string name="appliveryUpdate">Update!</string>
  <string name="appliveryUpdateMsg">There is a new version available for downloadInfo! Do you want to update to the latest version?</string>
  <string name="appliveryMustUpdateAppLocked">You must update.</string>
  <string name="appliveryLoginFailDielogTitle">Invalid credentials</string>
  <string name="appliveryLoginFailDielogText">The email or password you entered is not valid</string>


You can also override the following drawable resources:

  • Feedback tab indicator (should be provided as a 9patch png):
  • Feedback close button:
  • Feedback done button:
  • Feedback send button:

Sample App

As a sample integration you can take a look at our sample app


We would like to mention every open source lib authors:

  • Thank's to Square, we are using several libs they developed (Retrofit 2, OkHttp).
  • Thank's to Google, and Android Dev team, obviously, Android SDK, Support Libs ...
  • Thank's to Karumi for his great contributions to developers community in general. We are using Dexter from Karumi as well.


Copyright (C) 2020 Applivery

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