Settings inside your app allow uses to modify features and behaviors. When application is relaunched certain information are still stored. Of course we can provide a default value for each settings voice.
To provide settings for your app, we can use Preference APIs to build an interface that’s consistent with the user experience in other Android apps.
In case you are asking if you need or not a voice to be inside settings page, this graph can help you decide:
In this Android Tutorial series, we will have some fun creating Buttons with listeners. So when we click (touch) a button some message will display or an action will be executed. Make sure you already read the Android Activity part.
Creating views, bind data to lists, interact with user etc is task that an Activity have to take care. We will have a deeper look to this class. Before continuing you have to install Android Studio, used on this tutorial and create a DemoApp.