1. The First Impression Is Important | Option 1
This would be one of the packages that I recommend for this topic.
I think that the onboarding process is a user’s first impression of your app and it is very important to be properly designed because it directly affects and increases the likelihood of successful adoption.
When a user launches your app for the first time, the onboarding process provides instructions that highlight key benefits and features.
2. The First Impression Is Important | Option 2
Accordingly to the phrase — On taste and smell, there is no point in arguing — another option for the onboarding process of your app.
3. Handle offline/online connectivity
It is desirable to inform the user in the app itself about his connectivity. This is one of the ways for handling this feature.
4. Share Package Is A Must
We are living in a world where things are often based on a sentence similar to the following — What’s the point if you can’t share it with someone?
So, the Share package is a must. It is a Flutter plugin to share content from your Flutter app via the platform’s share dialog.
5. Upgrade The Camera In Your App
What this Flutter plugin brings you is the additional Camera support in your app. There are a lot of useful features like:
- Live camera flip ( switch between rear & front camera without a rebuild)
- Instant focus
- Device flash support
- Zoom etc.
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