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The open source software in this product is offered without any warranty, including but not limited to the general usability or fitness for a particular purpose.

 

Components

 

Activity 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Activity 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Activity 1.2.2 : Apache License 2.0

Activity Kotlin Extensions 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android AppCompat Library v7 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android AppCompat Library v7 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android AppCompat Library v7 1.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Arch-Common 2.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Arch-Common 2.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Arch-Runtime 2.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Arch-Runtime 2.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android ConstraintLayout 1.1.3 : Apache License 2.0

Android ConstraintLayout 2.0.4 : Apache License 2.0

Android ConstraintLayout Solver 1.1.3 : Apache License 2.0

Android ConstraintLayout Solver 2.0.4 : Apache License 2.0

Android DB 2.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android KTX Core 1.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android KTX Core 1.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

Android KTX Core 1.3.2 : Apache License 2.0

Android Legacy Support V4 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle Extensions 2.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle Extensions 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle Kotlin Extensions 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle LiveData 2.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle LiveData 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle LiveData Core 2.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle LiveData Core 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle LiveData Core 2.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle Process 2.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle Process 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle Runtime 2.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle Runtime 2.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle Runtime 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle Runtime 2.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle Service 2.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle Service 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle ViewModel 2.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle ViewModel 2.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle ViewModel 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle ViewModel 2.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle ViewModel Kotlin Extensions 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle ViewModel with SavedState 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle ViewModel with SavedState 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle ViewModel with SavedState 2.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle-Common 2.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle-Common 2.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle-Common 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle-Common 2.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle-Common for Java 8 Language 2.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Lifecycle-Common for Java 8 Language 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Multi-Dex Library 2.0.1 : Apache License 2.0

Android Navigation Common 2.2.2 : Apache License 2.0

Android Navigation Common Kotlin Extensions 2.2.2 : Apache License 2.0

Android Navigation Fragment 2.2.2 : Apache License 2.0

Android Navigation Fragment Kotlin Extensions 2.2.2 : Apache License 2.0

Android Navigation Runtime 2.2.2 : Apache License 2.0

Android Navigation Runtime Kotlin Extensions 2.2.2 : Apache License 2.0

Android Navigation UI 2.2.2 : Apache License 2.0

Android Navigation UI Kotlin Extensions 2.2.2 : Apache License 2.0

Android Preferences KTX 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Resources Library 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Resources Library 1.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Room-Common 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Room-Common 2.2.5 : Apache License 2.0

Android Room-Runtime 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Room-Runtime 2.2.5 : Apache License 2.0

Android SDK Tweet Composer 3.3.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android SDK Tweet Ui 3.3.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android SDK Twitter Core 3.3.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support AnimatedVectorDrawable 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support AnimatedVectorDrawable 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support CardView v7 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Custom Tabs 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support DynamicAnimation 1.1.0-alpha02 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support ExifInterface 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support ExifInterface 1.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Annotations 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Annotations 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Annotations 1.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Async Layout Inflater 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library collections 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library collections 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library compat 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library compat 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library compat 1.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library compat 1.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library compat 1.3.2 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Coordinator Layout 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Coordinator Layout 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library core UI 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library core utils 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Cursor Adapter 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Custom View - androidx.customview:customview 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Custom View - androidx.swiperefreshlayout:swiperefreshlayout 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Document File 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Drawer Layout 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library fragment 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library fragment 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library fragment 1.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library fragment 1.2.4 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library fragment 1.3.5 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Interpolators 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library loader 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Local Broadcast Manager 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library media compat 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Print 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library Sliding Pane Layout 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support Library View Pager 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support RecyclerView v7 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support RecyclerView v7 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support SQLite - Framework Implementation 2.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support VectorDrawable 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Support VectorDrawable 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Android Transition Support Library 1.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

AndroidX Preference 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

AndroidX Security 1.0.0-alpha02 : Apache License 2.0

AndroidX Widget ViewPager2 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

androidx.savedstate:savedstate 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

androidx.savedstate:savedstate 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Animal Sniffer Annotations 1.17 : MIT License

Apache Commons CLI 1.2 : Apache License 2.0

Apache Commons Codec 1_6 : Apache License 2.0

ARouter annotation 1.0.6 : Apache License 2.0

ARouter sdk 1.5.0 : Apache License 2.0

assent 2.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

AutoValue Annotations 1.6.5 : Apache License 2.0

Bolts-Android 1.4.0 : BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License

Bolts-AppLinks 1.4.0 : BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License

Bolts-Tasks 1.4.0 : BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License

Checker Qual 2.5.2 : MIT License

coil 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

coil-base 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

coil-gif 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

coil-svg 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

coil-video 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Collections Kotlin Extensions 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

Dagger 2 dagger-2.25.3 : Apache License 2.0

Data Binding Base Library 4.1.3 : Apache License 2.0

databinding-adapters 4.1.3 : Apache License 2.0

databinding-runtime 4.1.3 : Apache License 2.0

error-prone annotations 2.3.2 : Apache License 2.0

EventBus 3.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

exoplayer r1.5.11 : Apache License 2.0

Experimental annotation 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Facebook-Common-Android-SDK 5.8.0 : Facebook Android SDK License

Facebook-Core-Android-SDK 5.8.0 : Facebook Android SDK License

Facebook-Login-Android-SDK 5.8.0 : Facebook Android SDK License

Facebook-Share-Android-SDK 5.8.0 : Facebook Android SDK License

facebook/stetho v1.5.1 : BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License

FindBugs jsr305 2.0.1 : Apache License 2.0

FindBugs jsr305 3.0.2 : Apache License 2.0

firebase-common 19.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

firebase-common 19.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

firebase-common-ktx 19.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

firebase-components 16.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

firebase-datatransport 17.0.3 : Apache License 2.0

firebase-dynamic-links-ktx 19.1.1 : Apache License 2.0

firebase-encoders-json 16.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

firebase-firestore 21.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

firebase-installations 16.3.2 : Apache License 2.0

firebase-installations-interop 16.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

flexbox-layout 2.0.1 : Apache License 2.0

Fragment Kotlin Extensions 1.2.4 : Apache License 2.0

Fragment Kotlin Extensions 1.2.5 : Apache License 2.0

Glide 4.10.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide 4.12.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide 4.9.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide Annotations 4.10.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide Annotations 4.12.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide Annotations 4.9.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide Disk LRU Cache Library 4.10.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide Disk LRU Cache Library 4.12.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide Disk LRU Cache Library 4.9.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide GIF Decoder Library 4.10.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide GIF Decoder Library 4.12.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide GIF Decoder Library 4.9.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Glide RecyclerView Integration 4.10.0 : (BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License AND Apache License 2.0)

Google Android Annotations Library 4.1.1.4 : Apache License 2.0

google-gson 2.7 : Apache License 2.0

google-gson 2.8.5 : Apache License 2.0

google-gson 2.8.6 : Apache License 2.0

gsyVideoPlayer-java 8.1.2 : Apache License 2.0

Guava ListenableFuture only 9999.0-empty-to-avoid-conflict-with-guava : Apache License 2.0

Guava: Google Core Libraries for Java v26.0 : Apache License 2.0

ijkplayer-exo 0.8.8 : GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1 only

ijkplayer-java 0.8.8 : GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1 only

io.grpc:grpc-android 1.21.0 : Apache License 2.0

io.grpc:grpc-api 1.21.0 : Apache License 2.0

io.grpc:grpc-context 1.21.0 : Apache License 2.0

io.grpc:grpc-core 1.21.0 : Apache License 2.0

io.grpc:grpc-okhttp 1.21.0 : Apache License 2.0

io.grpc:grpc-protobuf-lite 1.21.0 : Apache License 2.0

io.grpc:grpc-stub 1.21.0 : Apache License 2.0

J2ObjC Annotations 1.1 : Apache License 2.0

Javax Inject from the JSR-330 Expert Group 1 : Apache License 2.0

Jetbrains annotations 13.0 : Apache License 2.0

Jetbrains annotations 16.0.1 : Apache License 2.0

Kotlin Stdlib 1.4.10 : Apache License 2.0

Kotlin Stdlib 1.4.20 : Apache License 2.0

Kotlin Stdlib 1.4.21 : Apache License 2.0

kotlin-android-extensions-runtime 1.4.10 : Apache License 2.0

kotlin-android-extensions-runtime 1.4.20 : Apache License 2.0

kotlin-android-extensions-runtime 1.4.21 : Apache License 2.0

kotlin-stdlib-common 1.4.10 : Apache License 2.0

kotlin-stdlib-common 1.4.20 : Apache License 2.0

kotlin-stdlib-common 1.4.21 : Apache License 2.0

kotlinx-coroutines-android 1.3.0 : Apache License 2.0

kotlinx-coroutines-android 1.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

kotlinx-coroutines-android 1.4.1 : Apache License 2.0

kotlinx-coroutines-core 1.3.0 : Apache License 2.0

kotlinx-coroutines-core 1.3.1 : Apache License 2.0

kotlinx-coroutines-core 1.4.1 : Apache License 2.0

libiconv 1.15 : GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1 or later

line-sdk-android 4.0.8 : Apache License 2.0

lingver 1.3.0 : MIT License

LiveData Core Kotlin Extensions 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

LiveData Kotlin Extensions 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

Lottie 3.5.0 : Apache License 2.0

Material Components for Android 1.2.0-beta01 : Apache License 2.0

Material Components for Android 1.2.1 : Apache License 2.0

null:library 3.4.0 : Apache License 2.0

OkDownload 1.0.7 : Apache License 2.0

OkDownload-OkHttp 1.0.7 : Apache License 2.0

OkDownload-SQLite 1.0.7 : Apache License 2.0

OkHttp 2.7.5 : Apache License 2.0

OkHttp 3.12.12 : Apache License 2.0

OkHttp 3.14.4 : Apache License 2.0

OkHttp 3.8.0 : Apache License 2.0

OkHttp 4.9.0 : Apache License 2.0

OkHttp Logging Interceptor 3.4.1 : Apache License 2.0

OkHttp Logging Interceptor 4.9.0 : Apache License 2.0

OkIO 1.13.0 : Apache License 2.0

OkIO 2.4.1 : Apache License 2.0

OkIO 2.5.0 : Apache License 2.0

OkIO 2.8.0 : Apache License 2.0

OkIO 2.9.0 : Apache License 2.0

OpenCensus 0.21.0 : Apache License 2.0

org.conscrypt:conscrypt-android 2.5.1 : Apache License 2.0

org.jetbrains.kotlin:kotlin-stdlib-jdk7 1.4.10 : Apache License 2.0

org.jetbrains.kotlin:kotlin-stdlib-jdk8 1.4.10 : Apache License 2.0

Picasso 2.5.2 : Apache License 2.0

Protocol Buffers [Lite] 3.0.1 : BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License

reactive-streams v1.0.3 : Creative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal

Rebound 0.3.8 : BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License

RxAndroid 3.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

RxBinding 4.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

rxjava 2.2.18 : Apache License 2.0

RxJava 3.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

RxJava 3.0.4 : Apache License 2.0

RxJava 3 Bridge to/from RxJava 2 3.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

RxKotlin 3.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

RxPreferences 2.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

scwang90/SmartRefreshLayout V2.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

Spanny 1.0.4 : Apache License 2.0

square-retrofit 2.3.0 : Apache License 2.0

square-retrofit 2.7.0 : Apache License 2.0

square-retrofit 2.9.0 : Apache License 2.0

Tink Cryptography API for Android 1.2.2 : Apache License 2.0

Transitions Everywhere 2.0.0-beta01 : Apache License 2.0

transport-api 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

transport-backend-cct 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

transport-runtime 2.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

twitter-text 1.14.7 : Apache License 2.0

UtilCodeX 1.29.0 : Apache License 2.0

VersionedParcelable and friends 1.0.0 : Apache License 2.0

VersionedParcelable and friends 1.1.0 : Apache License 2.0

viewbinding 4.1.3 : Apache License 2.0

WebView Support Library 1.2.0 : Apache License 2.0

which provides simple Item animations to RecyclerView items 4.0.1 : Apache License 2.0

which provides simple Tranformations to Glide 4.0.1 : Apache License 2.0

 

Licenses

 

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