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  • Material Design dashboard.
  • License Checker.
  • Donations.
  • OneSignal notifications ready.
  • Support for adaptive icon packs
  • In-app icon request tool
  • Premium Icon Requests (Coming soon!)
  • Support for Pacific Manager
  • Apply section with 20 supported launchers. (Other launchers might not support direct apply)
  • Help section, to answer the questions your users have.
  • Support for Zooper templates, Kustom Wallpapers, Widgets, Lockscreens and Komponents.
  • Cloud based (only) wallpapers.
  • App can work offline.
  • Wallpapers can be applied and downloaded.
  • Wallpapers include a full-screen viewer with zooming capabilities and detailed info viewer.
  • Credits section.
  • Settings section with these options:
    • Option to change app theme (Light, Dark, System, AMOLED).
    • Option to color navigation bar (Lollipop+).
    • Option to clear app cache.
  • Tablet layouts.
  • Lots of customizations.
  • Works with Android 5.0 and newer.

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takes care of all your icon requests. Quit using the old traditional method of receiving emails from your users, making you sort through hundreds of potentially duplicate requests a day.

Use the code blueprint at checkout to get 2 weeks of Pacific Manager for free.

Including in your project

Blueprint is available via Maven, so getting it as simple as adding it as a dependency, like this:

  1. Add MavenCentral and Jitpack to your root build.gradle file

allprojects {
    repositories {
        maven { url '' }
  1. Add the dependency in your project build.gradle file

dependencies {
    implementation('dev.jahir:Blueprint:{latest version}@aar') {
        transitive = true

where {latest version} corresponds to published version in GitHub Release

How to implement

? Everything you need to know can be found in the Wiki Docs

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Jahir Fiquitiva

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This app is shared under the CreativeCommons Attribution-ShareAlike license.

Copyright © 2020 Jahir Fiquitiva

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Library source

As you may know, the library source is open-source. This means that you can fork it and do your own modifications, but it has some conditions:

When using the library source, anything from it: errors, crashes, issues, etc. including successful builds, must be done completely by yourself and under your own risk and responsibility. I will not provide any help/support when using the library source.

Finally, be sure your projects comply with the license previously mentioned. Otherwise I will be taking the required legal actions. I hope you understand.


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