Android PagerSlidingTabStrip Navigate Indicator with ViewPager

An interactive indicator to navigate between the different pages of a ViewPager

Android PagerSlidingTabStrip

Interactive paging indicator widget, compatible with the ViewPager from the Android Support Library.
Try out the sample application on the Play Store.
PagerSlidingTabStrip Sample Screenshot 1PagerSlidingTabStrip Sample Screenshot 2


For a working implementation of this project see the sample/ folder.
  1. Include the library as local library project or add the dependency in your build.gradle.
    dependencies { compile 'com.astuetz:pagerslidingtabstrip:1.0.1' }
  2. Include the PagerSlidingTabStrip widget in your layout. This should usually be placed above the ViewPager it represents.
    <com.astuetz.PagerSlidingTabStrip android:id="@+id/tabs" android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="48dip" />
  3. In your onCreate method (or onCreateView for a fragment), bind the widget to the ViewPager.
    // Initialize the ViewPager and set an adapter
    ViewPager pager = (ViewPager) findViewById(R.id.pager);
    pager.setAdapter(new TestAdapter(getSupportFragmentManager()));
    // Bind the tabs to the ViewPager
    PagerSlidingTabStrip tabs = (PagerSlidingTabStrip) findViewById(R.id.tabs);
  4. (Optional) If you use an OnPageChangeListener with your view pager you should set it in the widget rather than on the pager directly.
    // continued from above


To not just look like another Play Store styled app, go and adjust these values to match your brand:
  • pstsIndicatorColor Color of the sliding indicator
  • pstsUnderlineColor Color of the full-width line on the bottom of the view
  • pstsDividerColor Color of the dividers between tabs
  • pstsIndicatorHeightHeight of the sliding indicator
  • pstsUnderlineHeight Height of the full-width line on the bottom of the view
  • pstsDividerPadding Top and bottom padding of the dividers
  • pstsTabPaddingLeftRight Left and right padding of each tab
  • pstsScrollOffset Scroll offset of the selected tab
  • pstsTabBackground Background drawable of each tab, should be a StateListDrawable
  • pstsShouldExpand If set to true, each tab is given the same weight, default false
  • pstsTextAllCaps If true, all tab titles will be upper case, default true
All attributes have their respective getters and setters to change them at runtime
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