blurkit-android - The missing Android blurring library. Fast blur-behind layout that parallels iOS.

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BlurKit is an extraordinarily easy to use utility to get live blurring just like on iOS. Built by Dylan McIntyre. This results in an average work/frame time of 2-4ms, which will be a seamless experience for most users and apps.

https://github.com/CameraKit/blurkit-android

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