A simple Emoji Rating Bar library for Android completely written in Kotlin.
To help to promote your Android App by prompting users to rate your app in the Google Play Store with a material design friendly BottomSheet.
A library for simple implementation of smart ranking. The user will see a dialog every x time. If the user gives a high score, he will be transferred to the Google store. If he gives a low score, he will only receive a thank you toast message.
EmotionRatingView library contains
EmotionView- Displays an animated face that responds to a rating change.
RatingView- Displays rating bar with animated grades.
GradientBackgroundView- Displays a smoothly changing background with a gradient that responds to the rating change.
We have seen
RatingBar and it's support component
AppCompatRatingBar but the problem is its difficult to customize. This library helps in customizing SquareRatingView with number Rate items and so on.
Generate a better rating for your Android app!
It is easy to present your users with a dialog begging for a 5-star rating, but it takes a bit more attention to do it right. This small library takes away the boiler plate and makes it easy to ask for a rating the friendly way.
An android custom view for emoji style rating selection.
This library allows to use customized Rating Dialog inside applications.
This is a very simple RatingBar library, which you can just simply extend BaseRatingBar to implement your own animation RatingBar in a few steps!
An Android library providing the possibility to show a dialog, which asks the user to rate the app.
SmileyRating is a simple rating bar for android. It displays animated smileys as rating icon with face morphing animations.
TwoStageRate is a library to help you promote your android app by prompting users to rate the app after using it for a few days. Also its two stage process ensures higher reviews to go to play store while getting useful feedback on lower ratings.
Smart app rate dialog for Android which takes user rating into consideration. If the user rates the app below the defined threshold rating, the dialog will change into a feedback form. Otherwise, It will take the user to the Google PlayStore.
Material Deisgn RatingBar with Google app's style while fixinig a bunch of framework limitation/bugs. It extends framework RatingBar and can be used as a drop-in replacement.
A simple android library, that provide rating view with different drawables for each rating value.
Simple android widget that can replace standard inconvenient
RatingBar in your app.
Android-RateThisApp is an library to show "Rate this app" dialog.
Inspired by stock android RatingBar. Simpler, has features that original lacks.
Android Five Stars Library is a small library that helps developers add a "Rate My App" dialog to their applications.
Asks the user if (s)he wants to open the Play Store to rate your application when certain requirements are met. This can and should be configured to be very cautious. Don't annoy your users!
A rating toggle for Android which switches between 3 rating levels:
A custom View class implementing a rating bar with 10 stars. The user can touch or swipe to select a rating between 1 and 10. The StarBar supports three rating ranges (red, yellow and green) that are indicated by different colored stars.
Rate-Me is a library for Android2.3+ that provides dialog for suggesting to rate the App. If the rate is 4 or more stars, the dialog goes to PlayStore.
AppRate for Android is a library that allows your users to rate your application in a non intrusive way. A window with options to rate, remind later or reject is displayed according to your configuration