A detailed explanation of how to implement Google Login and Logout in your Android App

Google Sign-In is a secure way to authenticate users in your apps. It reduces the hassle of dealing and handling those extra passwords by the user to get authenticated to the app. One can use the same Google login option to authenticate to multiple apps. This saves us from clicking that “Forgot Password?” button every time someone forgets the login password.

These days most of the apps we use have an option of Google Login for user authentication thereby the user experience easy and effective.


When I hear the word social media, the first thing that crosses my mind is connecting with people.

Humans are social beings looking to establish effective rapport to sustain life. The strength of connections we build has an enormous effect on our mental health and emotions. Connecting socially to people and building strong relations helps in easing out stress and anxiety boost self-worth and confidence but it can also lead to some serious mental health issues emotional imbalance.

Social media has become a non- separable part of our lives. But, for many of us, it has become a mere game…


Kotlin- The new beast in the world of development:

Java might be the first programming language used for Android Application Development but we now a competitor that might draw everyone’s attention, and that’s Kotlin!

Kotlin is a statically typed, general-purpose programming language especially designed for complete interoperation with Java and JavaScript. It is a really powerful programming language designed by Jetbrains. It mainly targets JVM but also compiles JavaScript using the LLVM compiler.

Kotlin was promulgated as a preferred programming language for Android Application Development by Google on the 7th of May 2019 and since then, this language is becoming even more popular among the developers. The prime focus…

Tanishq Sehgal

Android App Developer. I love discussing technologies and advancements in the tech world. Writer at Analytics Vidhya.

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