Android

Top 10 Android UI animation libraries

In this article, We will be looking at some of the top Android UI animation libraries

Imagine if you could make Android development faster, and see an instant boost in your workflow.

or even better:

What if there were top Android UI animation libraries to choose from.

…and each of them could make your development faster and elegant?

You’d probably be pumped to read about them.

Lucky for you, that’s exactly what I’m going to share with you in this post:

Top 10 Android UI animation libraries.

UI Animations Can gradually enhance the user experience in your Android app

Let’s highlight the collection of top Android UI animation libraries to use in your projects.

1. GARLAND VIEW

Garland View seamlessly transitions between multiple lists of content.

It consists of classes for inner items that are scrolled vertically and outer items that are scrolled horizontally, and each of which contains one inner item.

2. InfiniteCards

InfiniteCards is an infinite card switching Android UI animation library, It also supports custom animation.

3. SparkButton

SparkButton is an Highly customizable and lightweight library that allows you to create a button with animation effect similar to Twitter’s heart animation.

4. FoldingCell

 FoldingCell is a material design expanding content cell Animation Library inspired by folding paper material.

5. PAPER ONBOARDING

PAPER ONBOARDING is an Android library based on Material design UI slider written on Java.

6. UIUtil for Android

UIUTil is a complete Animation library for Android. It supports Tick animations, Comparisons, Satellite menus, Praise, Slide buttons, TAB indicators, Contact sorting, Drag sorting, Skidding deletes, Shadow effects, RecyclerView nesting RecyclerView, Map list Poi/Drawer effects, Progress settings, Clock set, Damping, Progress, Album, Snap, Progress, CircleDownload, and more.

7. Morphing Material Dialogs

Morphing Material Dialogs is an Android kotlin UI library for building beautiful animations for converting a floating action button into a material dialog.

8. NAVIGATION TOOLBAR

Navigation toolbar is a Kotlin slide-modeled UI navigation controller.

9. FLUID SLIDER

Fluid slider is a slider widget with a popup bubble displaying the precise value selected.

10. FabFilter

FabFilter is a full-fledged Android app to showcase complex UI/Animations with and without Motion Layout.

Conclusion

These are some of the top Android UI animation libraries. Each UI animation library has its own unique features. Once you have established your project’s requirements, you can choose from any of the above libraries and develop elegant applications.

Deven Rathore

Deven is an Entrepreneur, and Full-stack developer, Constantly learning and experiencing new things. He currently runs CodeSource.io and Dunebook.com.

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