Doing it alone – the what, the how, and the why
It’s not a big secret: At Androidacy, we like doing it alone and by ourselves. By “it”, I mean the hosting, development, paying for things. All of that it takes to provide great user experiences across platforms and globaly. We get asked a lot, why not just use <insert free service>? I’d like to take […]
Re-enabling link to website + new tiers!
We’re excited to announce that we’re working on re-enabling users to login with Patreon and link their accounts to claim benefits, due to popular demand. You can login to the website already, but benefits will not be unlocked until we finish fine-tuning the integration! Speaking of – we have new tiers! The new tiers reflect […]
Ending our Patreon integration
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Androidacy API v7 is here!
We know, we know. We’ve been teasing it for ages (hey, marketing made us, ok????), for months even. But we are so very excited to announce the next major iteration of the Androidacy API is here at last! Androidacy API v7 has a whole lot of changes – for users, for devs, for us, and […]
Moving away from Patreon
Patreon has no doubt gotten us off the ground. We truly appreciate every Patron who has donated even $0.01 to us – your support fuels us and drives us. But alas, the time has come for us to abandon ship – and move subscriptions in-house! This allows us to more tightly and consistently integrate and […]
A note from us to you
It’s us again, and we though we’d share a little update on our plans, progress, and what’s been going on at Androidacy HQ. We’ve been hard at work crafting our next-gen API, updating our modules, adding new modules into our repo, and adding new fonts to font manager. We’ve also been optimizing our website from […]
We’re testing some beta features
We’re excited to announce that we’re adding new features to our module repository, both for module authors and users. These include beta/stable releases, reviews, reports, and more! Some features are only in limited testing though. For those of you who like to live on the edge, we’re excited to announce that you’ll get access to […]
Updates and more – May Edition
Welcome to our latest roundup of the latest updates to Androidacy services and products! We’re glad you joined us, as we have some exciting new features to share with you. Without further ado, let’s dive on in! Magisk Modules Repo Updates (and more!) We’ve reworked the API backend for the Magisk Modules Repo to be […]
Not an April Fools – docs, updates, and custom fonts
No, it’s not an April fools’ joke this time – promise! Look, I know the whole 100 rabbits in the server room didn’t go over well, but at least we got them out, right? This isn’t a revenge prank. But please, whoever sent them, don’t do it again. I still have nightmares. We’re happy to […]
March Updates – Better, Faster, and… bunnies?
Welcome to the latest roundup of our march updates from the team at Androidacy! We’re excited to share some news regarding our current Patreon offerings, and the further optimization of our API, servers, and general infrastructure. Let’s dive on in, there’s a lot to cover! Infrastructure updates This month saw the biggest leap in growth […]
To the Ukraine members of our community
Androidacy would like to extend our heartfelt support to the members of our community with family in friends in, or are themselves currently in Ukraine. Androidacy has the general stance that no war is good war, and this is no different. We extend this to everybody, no matter which side you’re on and if you’re […]
Androidacy February update: API updates, repos, and more
We are back again with the Androidacy February update. This update is to keep you posted on what we’ve been and/or will be working on. There’s the usual housekeeping, and a couple exciting new features. Overall, it’s been a pretty quiet month for us as we plan for bigger updates and work on them. With […]
Androidacy subreddit is now live
We now have the androidacy subreddit! Hey everyone, this is just a short announcement post to let our community know that Androidacy now has a subreddit, for those of you who prefer Reddit over Telegram or maybe don’t have a telegram account. Here’s the link: https://www.reddit.com/r/Androidacy/. Check it out, join it, and don’t forget to […]
Magisk Module Manager by Fox2Code – our best partnership
We now have a Magisk Module Manager… kind of Androidacy is extremely pleased and honored to announce that version 0.3.1 of Fox’s Magisk Module Manager now includes by default an integration with the Androidacy Magisk Modules Repository! This partnership brings you an app-based experience, and allows you to install modules directly on your device, without […]
Magisk Modules Repository – Best and #1 magisk module source
Today, Magisk officially released v24.0 to the stable channel, thereby removing the official magisk modules repository previously included from all variants of Magisk Manager. Sorry as we are to see it go, truth be told it had been dead for over a year, and a zombie for several months. As you may recall, in May […]
What would you like to see us focus on in 2022?
As our Patrons, your input is extremely valuable to us, and you can help shape the future of Androidacy.. We have several projects planned for 2022, and we’d like your input on what you’d like to see us focus on. This article is supported by ads. Please consider subscribing to Ad-Free or Premium to remove […]
Notice anything different about our site? Take a second look, look closely. See it now? You’re not imagining things, nor is this one of the A/B tests we periodically conduct: it’s the real thing. Our website has undergone a Material Design 2.0 makeover, with many improvements all over the place for speed, browser compatibility, and […]
Happy New Year 2022!
From all of us here at Androidacy, we wish everyone an amazing 2022! May it be filled with wonder, success, and joy. Looking back at 2021 It was quite the eventful year, after all. We saw almost 2k commits to our GitHub organization, implemented an entirely new API to better serve our users, and successfully […]
Module Updates and a Happy New Year!
First off, a very happy new year from everyone at Androidacy! It’s been a tough year all around, between the pandemic, supply chain shortages, and some of our team members losing family members to the aforementioned pandemic, but we’re almost there! Looking forward to the new year, we’re excited to announce new updates to our […]
Font Manager v5.4.4 released!
We’re excited to announce a new release of Font Manager, generally available as of today to a majority of users. In this release, we’ve further refined the script running experience and sped up install. In addition, we updated the API library, with fixes for error handling and more. Features implemented: Implement more links for easy […]
API updates and more!
It took us awhile, but we got there at last. We’re pleased to announce the latest API changes have been fully rolled out, and our modules and website updated accordingly. We would also like to apologize for the large amount of downtime around this update, but that was one of the things we tackled – […]
Shell API client v2.1.8 release
Androidacy is pleased to announce API clients have all been updated to better handle new token expiration added last month to the API. This should fix people unable to install our modules with errors in logs showing 404 or 401 error codes. This update is the last minor patch update before our next feature update […]
Managers, Repos, and Updates – Oh My!
Updates Managers, Repos, and more! We are extremely pleased to announce a handful of updates, both to our modules and Module Repository! We have the usual housekeeping, along with a few new tricks up our sleeve. Module maintainers will be happy to know they no longer need to ask themselves how their module is going […]
Announcing the Androidacy Modules Repository
Androidacy is very pleased to announce the Androidacy Modules repository, the slick, user friendly, in-house alternative and future replacement for the old Magisk Modules Repository! The Androidacy Modules Repository is your one-stop shop for all the old modules you know from the previous repository, and new ones too. Replacing the old modules repository – what? […]