|MDPI (medium) ~160dpi||Landscape||480 x 320 pixels|
|HDPI (high) ~240dpi||Portrait||480 x 720 pixels|
|Landscape||720 x 480 pixels|
|XHDPI (extra-high) ~320dpi||Portrait||640 x 960 pixels|
What size should a splash screen be?
We strongly recommend that images are no larger than 2,000 pixels wide with no more than 72 dots per inch (dpi). This keeps your Splash page loading quickly! We also recommend that file sizes generally stay under 10MB.
Does Android have splash screen?
Android 12 adds the SplashScreen API, which enables a new app launch animation for all apps. This includes an into-app motion at launch, a splash screen showing your app icon, and a transition to your app itself.
What is a splash screen in Android?
A splash screen is mostly the first screen of the app when it is opened. … The Splash screen is used to display some basic introductory information such as the company logo, content, etc just before the app loads completely.
How do I turn off splash screen on Android?
For Android, you can disable the splash screen either by:
- Editing the Native Android App class and removing or commenting out the WL. getInstance(). showSplashScreen(this) API call.
- Deleting the splash. png file in the res/drawable folder.