Resources: Images, audio, video, and anything that’s easy to double-click on a PC.
This Knowledge Base article summarizes the steps needed to Encrypt Java Strings in Android Apps.
We hope you find it useful and enjoy using Appdome!
Why Encrypt Java Strings in Android Apps
Using Appdome’s Strings and Resources Encryption you can easily encrypt all java strings and the assets folder in Android apps. This feature greatly enhances the security of the app against malicious attempts to read the app’s contents or harvest valuable data about mobile users.
In addition, with Appdome’s XMLEncryptTM you can easily encrypt the sensitive strings stored in the localizable locations in Android apps. Nevertheless, we recommend moving Google API keys into a java const string within the app’s code, where it will be encrypted by Appdome Strings Encryption.
Appdome is a no-code mobile security and development platform that allows customers to add a wide variety of features, SDKs, and APIs to Android and iOS apps. Using a simple ‘click to add’ user interface, Appdome allows anyone to easily Encrypt Java Strings in Android Apps, instantly, no code or coding required.
Using Appdome, there are no development or coding prerequisites. For example, there is no Appdome SDK, libraries, or plug-ins to implement. The Appdome technology adds strings and resources encryption alongside relevant standards, frameworks and more to the app automatically, with no manual development work at all.
What you need to Encrypt Java Strings in Android apps