Mint is a webview & multi-purpose Android app that works with Remote Configuration, allowing you to update your app online without the need to publish any new updates to the Google Play Store. Mint is a Well-designed & reliable app for your WordPress, business website, Youtube or Vimeo Channel, Facebook Page, Pinterest, and a lot more. Mint comes with plenty of features, such as dark mode built-in, custom CSS for our fellow developers, log-in providers pre-configured, and many many others!
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Mint Console is the tool we've built for you to configure and control your Mint Android App and it works flawlessly with its beautiful UX design & convenient control options. Console enables you to do limitless things with your Android app and it's available on all platforms on the web & natively as an app on Windows and Android through Console's website or the Google Play Store. And currently, we're working on bringing native Console apps to more platforms.
For every account created, our system generates a unique token for the customer & uses it to link all their projects to their account for easy & secure access to all their project files and configuration management kit. And regarding user/customer data, we use a sophisticated hashing algorithm to encrypt all private data, which includes usernames, passwords, and account information, which means even Picassos Team cannot access any of the encrypted data.
We cache app configuration data to save on bandwidth & resources. So, whenever a user opens Mint, the app will check if there's newer data returned by the server. By default, we save cached data in private Shared Preferences.
Simply put, no. Mint Console's full control capabilities are available on Console's website & the desktop app, and we work daily on bringing more control to our recently published Mint Console Android app, which is by far the easiest and the quickest tool to manage an Android app out there!
Yes, you can easily disable Mint's in app pre-loader, just go to your Configuration page in Mint Console find APPLICATION DETAILS, click Progress Loader Style, and select disable.
A big part of the Mint App is the variety of content providers to choose from. However, the number of providers can get overwhelming, and for the majority of customers, you don't need all of the available providers enabled. With that in mind, we've added the option to disable content providers, by simply going to the tab of each provider and clicking the option to Disable Content Provider.
note: some libraries like YouTube Video Player are a requirement for the app to work properly, and are included in the YouTube content provider. regardless, all these libraries are ultimately tiny in size, so it's better to keep them around.