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Friday, November 2, 2018

Photographic Portfolio app based on WordPress with AdMob and Firebase Push Notification

Photographic Portfolio app based on WordPress with AdMob and Firebase Push Notification
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Product description

If you are a WordPress admin and you are looking for a native Android app for your photographic portfolio site then probably this is the best solution for you.
Also if you are planning to start your own photographic portfolio site and you don’t have any mobile and web development knowledge, this is the solution you need. This is not mandatory to have an existing WordPress site. We will guide you to build your dashboard.
This app allows your create native android application for photographic portfolio. WordPress will be used as base backend. App includes all the features what a complete photographic portfolio app should have.
A very useful and compact homepage has been designed with all dynamic data. Basic functionality i.e: post list, category list, home category selection etc has been included into the application.
We have included push notification too. Admin can push simple message and post id to show specific posts. AdMob has been included with the project so that anybody can include Ad in any activity.


  • Complete native android app based on WordPress photographic portfolio site
  • Top level menus, featured, recent items, top level categories in homepage
  • Rich HTML post description
  • Home Category Selection
  • Easy navigation simpler UX
  • Material design
  • Firebase analytics to analyze users behavior
  • Complete Admob integration (banner and full-screen ad)
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