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  • Android Social Networks is library which makes working with social networks easier. If you sometime tried to work with social networks on android you should remember that this is a hell. You should read documentation for every social network, download SDK or use some libraries for OAuth and make http calls by yourself. This library should makes your life easier, it contains common interface for Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Google Plus, just build SocialNetworkManager and configure your AndroidManifest and you can login users, or post messages or photos or add / remove friends.


    • Login (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Google Plus)
    • Get person info (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Google Plus)
    • Post message (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook)
    • Post photo (Twitter, LinekdIn)
    • Check is user in your friends list (Twitter, LinkedIn)
    • Add to friends (Twitter, LinkedIn)
    • Remove from friends (Twitter)

    Getting started

    Next you need to initialize mSocialNetworkManager. Build it with SocialNetworkManager.Builder and add to fragment manager.

        mSocialNetworkManager = (SocialNetworkManager) getFragmentManager().findFragmentByTag(SOCIAL_NETWORK_TAG);
        if (mSocialNetworkManager == null) {
            mSocialNetworkManager = SocialNetworkManager.Builder.from(getActivity())
                    .twitter(<< TWITTER  API TOKEN  >>, << TWITTER  API SECRET  >>)
                    .linkedIn(<< LINKED_IN  API TOKEN  >>, << LINKED_IN API TOKEN  >>, <span>"r_basicprofile+rw_nus+r_network+w_messages"</span>)
            getFragmentManager().beginTransaction().add(mSocialNetworkManager, SOCIAL_NETWORK_TAG).commit();

    Now you can execute requests, for example login request:

      mSocialNetworkManager.getTwitterSocialNetwork().requestLogin(new OnLoginCompleteListener() {
            public void onLoginSuccess(int socialNetworkID) {
            public void onError(int socialNetworkID, String requestID, String errorMessage, Object data) {

    Including in your project

    Library is still in development, so for now it's only available in staging repo.

       compile(<span>'com.github.androidsocialnetworks:library:0.3.7@aar'</span>) {
          transitive = true


    • Library don't manage state, you need to do it yourself.
    • If you use Google Plus login, please add this in your Activity:

        protected void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent data) {
            super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data);
             * This is required only if you are using Google Plus, the issue is that there SDK
             * require Activity to launch Auth, so library can't receive onActivityResult in fragment
            Fragment fragment = getSupportFragmentManager().findFragmentByTag(BaseDemoFragment<span>.SOCIAL_NETWORK_TAG</span>);
            if (fragment != null) {
                fragment.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data);

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