Magisk Modules and Apps: Progress Update

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Welcome to the latest blog post from Androidacy, your trusted source for all things Android. We’re excited to share our current progress and upcoming features, with a special focus on our work with Magisk.

Embracing Rust for Stability and Compatibility

In our continuous quest for stability and wider compatibility, we’ve made a significant move: implementing our API client in Rust. Rust, known for its performance and safety, is a perfect fit for our mission. This change will ensure our Font Manager and WebView Manager are more robust and compatible with a broader range of devices.

Font Manager Magisk Module: Enhanced Support and Customization

Our Font Manager is receiving a major update. We’re working tirelessly to ensure better support for Android 13 and newer. This means you’ll experience smoother, more efficient font management on the latest Android devices.

But that’s not all. We’re also enhancing support for custom fonts. This will give you more freedom to personalize your device, making it truly yours.

WebView Manager Magisk Module: Expanded Support and Custom Packages

WebView Manager is also getting a significant upgrade. We’re improving its compatibility with Android 12 and newer, ensuring a seamless browsing experience on recent devices.

Moreover, we’re introducing support for custom WebView packages. This feature will allow you to tailor your browsing experience to your preferences.

We’re also excited to announce that WebView Manager will now support Brave, Kiwi, and Mulch browsers. This means you can now use these popular browsers as both WebView and browser in WebView Manager.

Fox’s Magisk Module Manager (FoxMMM): Kotlin Migration and Optimization

We’re also working on migrating Fox’s Magisk Module Manager (FoxMMM) to Kotlin. Kotlin, a modern language that runs on the JVM, offers several benefits like improved readability and simpler code. This migration will result in a more efficient and optimized FoxMMM.

FoxMMM: Custom Repo Creator and Module Maker

FoxMMM is also set to receive exciting new features. We’re introducing a custom repo creator and module maker. These features will give you more control and flexibility, allowing you to create your own repositories and modules.

Conclusion: More to Come

These are just some of the updates we’re working on. We’re committed to providing you with the best possible Android experience, and we’re always looking for ways to improve and innovate. Stay tuned for more exciting updates from Androidacy, your partner in navigating the world of Android and Magisk.

Remember, at Androidacy, we’re not just about making Android better; we’re about making it yours.

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