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examples/helloworld/android/README.md

Android Hello World

This is a simple app that allows encrypting and decrypting strings with keys stored in private shared preferences. On Android M or newer the keys are further encrypted with a master key stored in Android Keystore.

It demonstrates the basic steps of using Tink, namely generating or loading key material, obtaining a primitive, and using the primitive to do crypto. It also shows how one can add a dependency on Tink using Gradle.

The easiest way to build this app is to import it to Android Studio.