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Photofeed | Android Universal Social Picture feeds App Template

Photofeed | Android Universal Social Picture feeds App Template



Photofeed | Android Universal Social Picture feeds App Template







Both iOS and Android version can share the same Parse database by inserting the same App Id and Client Key strings in their Configs files


If you want to test it on the Android Emulator on Android Studio, just drag & drop this APK into the Emulator and it will automatically install the app for test. Although we always suggest to test APK’s on a real device, emulatore may fail sometimes.

Please note that we weekly clean our demo database, so if you’ll find some malfunction in this APK it may because your own test user may have been removed from the database, so just uninstall the app from your device, download the APK again and install it, then sign up as a new user.



Jan 30th 2017
• Updated to Android Studio 2.2.3
• Updated the User Guide
• Added Facebook login button and relative code into Login.java and its xml file, Manifest.xml, build.gradle, strings.xml and Configs.java
Dec 16th 2016
• Removed OneSignal, implemented Parse Push notifications, so both iOS and Android versions can send/receive pushes.
• Edited main.js file, as well as the User Guide, the Manifest, Home. java, Comments.java, OtherUserProfile.java, Configs.java and PostDetails.java files
Dec 2nd 2016
• Added these simple lines of code into the postButton.setOnClickListener() method in AddPost.java:
 String[] two = ParseUser.getCurrentUser().getString(Configs.USER_FULLNAME).toString().toLowerCase().split(" ");
 for (String keyw : two) { keywords.add(keyw); }

in this way you'll be able to search posts by typing a user's full name too.
Oct 21st 2016
• Added a main.js file that must be uploaded into your Cloud Code container on back4app | edited the code that reports a user in OtherUserProfile.java, so passwordString is not needed anymore
• Added:
           query.whereEqualTo(Configs.POSTS_IS_REPORTED, false);
into queryPosts() in Search.java, in order to prevent the app from showing up reported posts
Oct 3rd 2016
• Improved MarshMallowPermission.java code
• Hidden ActionBar in Login.java
Sep 24th 2016
* Updated to Android Studio 2.2
Sep 14th 2016
* Added the following line into all instances that get avatar image from Parse (Me.java, Search.java and Home.java):
      avImage.setImageResource(R.drawable.logo);
So if a user has not avatar image, the app will show the logo as avatar image.
 Sep 10th 2016
* Initial release | Android Studio project




Photofeed is a Universal App Template where you can post your own pictures, location and relative text and get involved in a funny community.
You can also browse popular posts from other users, see their profiles, like and share their posts to popular social networks.



Since its backend is by Parse you don’t have to buy any domain/hosting, there are NO php files to upload to a web server so you’ll save some money for sever side. Worried about Parse shutting down? It won’t, please check this out: http://fvimagination.tumblr.com/post/153383547781/parse-sdk-will-not-shutdown-in-2017-thanks-to


Photofeed is a native Android Studio project, Universal, Push Notifications for likes, comments and follows, easy to customize, backend with Parse SDK hosted on http://back4app.com



Need an html template to promote and showcase your own version of this app?



  • Android Studio 2.2 – Universal – Android 5.0+
  • Admob banners
  • Facebook login
  • Post pictures and text, follow users, like posts, send comments
  • Search for Popular posts, or by keywords
  • Push Notifications for likes, comments and follows via OneSignal
  • Report abusive contents (users or posts)
  • PDF User Guide and PSD included
  • Easy to customize | Well commented code

Have fun with Photofeed, and don’t forget to rate it on your Downloads page!





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