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rhymes • Edited on

You're not bound to have the same authorization mechanism for both services if it doesn't suit your Android app, but you can:

how are you supposed to store a cookie on an app?

A cookie is just a header (not much different from the Authorization header OAuth2 uses), your app has a HTTP client, they usually handle cookies easily.

I'm quite sure there's a way to store a cookie in Android, by Googling I found these:

I do not know how up to date such info is because I have zero experience developing on Android but I do know that whenever you have a decent HTTP client, you have support for cookies (they are not a new technology ;-))

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Jamal Al

If you're sending http requests with headers back and forth than you must have cookies because cookies are essentially just a header. Right?