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Adding Google Login to Android App

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28 Aug 2016CPOL7 min read
Today Almost all web and mobile apps come with Google and Facebook Login, This is a really useful feature for both the app developer and the user, since almost everybody tend to have a google/gmail and facebook account and moreover while logging in with google you don’t need to remember your UserId

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