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  • A/B Testing
    Install Base 395,051

    A/B Testing SDKs allow developers to test different experiences of their apps and determine optimal performance settings. App users are randomly shown different versions, and after enough users, it is possible to tell which version of the app leads to higher conversions. The most popular A/B testing SDKs today include Firebase, TestFairy, and Apptimize.

  • Ad Attribution
    Install Base 84,278

    Ad Attribution SDKs help developers find the determine the user actions that led to the desired outcome between the click of an ad and the conversion. These SDKs give developers valuable information on the efficacy of ad campaigns and help to maximize ad expenditure. The most popular ad attribution SDKs today include AppsFlyer, Google Conversion Tracking, and Adjust.

  • Ad Mediation
    Install Base 108,109

    Ad Mediation SDKs help app developers maximize revenue ad. Initially, the app developer using the SDK sets parameters for ad preferences. When the mediation platform receives a request to run an ad, its optimization platform finds which ad platform can run the ad with the highest CPM, thereby maximizing revenue. The most popular ad mediation SDKs today include MoPub and AdMob.

  • Analytics
    Install Base 1,221,732

    Analytics SDKs collect data on the behavior of mobile app users. Mobile app developers install these SDKs and typically configure them to track specific actions that users might take within the app, such as opening and closing the app, purchasing items, searching for something, or playing a game. The most popular analytics SDKs today include Firebase, Mixpanel, and Amplitude.

  • App Performance Management
    Install Base 553,419

    App Performance Management SDKs, commonly referred to as APM, are tools that help developers optimize and monitor their apps. These SDKs are used to alert developers about crashes, slow performance, long queries, and freezes. The most popular SDKs today include Crashlytics, Bugsnag, and Scout.

  • App Platform
    Install Base 1,068,650

    App Platform SDKs range from tooling to build entire mobile apps from scratch to a set of utilities, like HTTP requests or UI kits. This is a broad SDK category that includes both the specific tooling and comprehensive development environments. The top SDKs in this category include Firebase, Xamarin, and Realm.

  • Authentication
    Install Base 1,235,194

    Authentication SDKs allow app users to log in to different accounts through an app. These SDKs let an app host different platforms through which users can sign in and provide additional information as well as aid app functionality. The most popular authentication SDKs today include Facebook Login, Twitter, and Google Sign In.

  • Backend
    Install Base 1,044,992

    Backend SDKs are a broad category for any SDK that provides a service that runs behind the scenes of the app. These include database SDKs and other utilities that form the foundation of modern mobile applications. The most popular Backend SDK is Firebase.

  • Beacon
    Install Base 35,494

    Beacon SDKs allow app developers to serve users better location and proximity experiences by providing a strong context signal for their devices. These SDKs can help developers leverage useful information from a user's digital profile to enhance their experience in physical spaces. The most popular beacon SDKs are Estimote, Bright, and Gimbal.

  • CRM
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    We do not yet have a description for this SDK category.

  • Customer Support
    Install Base 19,971

    Customer Support SDKs allow app users to provide feedback to app developers through an in-app interface. For example, these SDKs can let customers report issues, have real-time conversations developers, and attach screenshots to quickly diagnose and fix problems. The most popular Customer Support SDKs today include Zendesk, UMengFeedback, and Intercom.

  • Deep Linking
    Install Base 457,562

    Deep Linking SDKs handles the complexity of including links and ensure that they work across all platforms and channels. They also guarantee that users are sent to the desired link. Many of these SDKs also include an attribution platform. The most popular Deep Linking SDKs today include Branch, Coinbase, and Button.

  • DMP
    Install Base 1,050

    We do not yet have a description for this SDK category.

  • Game Engine
    Install Base 238,790

    Game Engine SDKs are usually a comprehensive set of tools that provide app developers with the ability to sketch out and build mobile games quickly. Rather than having to assemble a suite of disparate tools or build them internally, game engines contain the required building blocks that work seamlessly together. The most popular game engine today is Unity.

  • Location
    Install Base 907,220

    Location SDKs provide app developers with information about where device users are accessing their mobile apps. This data helps app developers better understand the environments that app users are in when their apps are open. The most popular location SDKs include GroundTruth, Cuebiq, and Radar.

  • Media
    Install Base 566,687

    Media SDKs are any SDKs that involve the downloading, producing, or editing of images, video, or audio. It includes SDKs that facilitate the playing of videos, loading and manipulation of images, and embedding of media players inside of apps. The most popular Media SDKs include YouTube, Spotify, and SD WebImage.

  • Messaging
    Install Base 850,340

    Messaging SDKs are known primarily for their ability to send push messages to specific devices. These include heads up displays, alert notifications, and emails or text messages. Many messaging SDKs are built to be cross-platform and device, allowing developers to send messages on both desktop and mobile devices. The most popular Messaging SDKs are WhatsApp, Pusher, and Sendbird.

  • Monetization
    Install Base 1,436,576

    Monetization SDKs are perhaps the most popular category of SDKs in the mobile market. Their primary purpose is to help app publishers earn money on their free apps, usually through displaying ads. Monetization SDKs are provided by startups as well as the largest technology companies in the world. The most popular Monetization SDKs include Google AdMob, Facebook Audience Network, Unity, and Vungle.

  • Networking
    Install Base 547,051

    Networking SDKs provide critical backend tooling for mobile app developers. These utilities streamline the process of connecting to 3rd party resources via APIs and other services, including databases, in a secure and resource-efficient manner. The most popular Networking SDKs include AFNetworking, SocketRocket, and Square OkHTTP.

  • OCR
    Install Base 38,076

    OCR SDKs provide app developers with the ability to scan documents and credit cards and convert them into text that can be processed programmatically. Common industries for OCR include supply logistics and insurance or legal apps that involve a paper trail. The most popular OCR SDKs are Card.io, Scanbot, and MiSnap.

  • Payments
    Install Base 672,166

    Payment SDKs streamline the process of securely processing credit card and other forms of digital payment within mobile applications. These SDKs connect to popular payment gateways, transmit encrypted payment details, and receive responses back from payment servers. The most popular Payment SDKs include PayPal, Stripe, and AliPay.

  • SDK Wrapper
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    We do not yet have a description for this SDK category.

  • Social
    Install Base 380,217

    Social SDKs give app developers numerous helpful utilities, including authentication, data enrichment (names, emails, and avatars), and the ability to incorporate social sharing of app content. The most popular Social SDKs include Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.

  • UI
    Install Base 545,561

    UI SDKs refer to user interface enhancements, including heads up displays, layout and design support, and loading icons and effects. These SDKs are used to provide app users with a modern and common set of design components that can be reused across multiple applications. The most popular UI SDKs include MBProgressHUD, Masonry, Fresco, and React.

  • User Engagement
    Install Base 44,856

    User Engagement SDKs primarily are used to remind users to rate and review apps in the Google and iTunes app stores. Ratings and reviews are an important driver of app store rankings. The most popular User Engagement SDKs include Apperator and iRate.

  • Utilities
    Install Base 1,551,330

    Networking SDKs provide critical backend tooling for mobile app developers. These utilities streamline the process of connecting to 3rd party resources via APIs and other services, including databases, in a secure and resource-efficient manner. The most popular Networking SDKs include AFNetworking, SocketRocket, and Square OkHTTP.

  • Video Chat
    Install Base 25,098

    Media SDKs are any SDKs that involve the downloading, producing, or editing of images, video, or audio. It includes SDKs that facilitate the playing of videos, loading and manipulation of images, and embedding of media players inside of apps. The most popular Media SDKs include YouTube, Spotify, and SD WebImage.

  • VoIP
    Install Base 1,423

    We do not yet have a description for this SDK category.

  • VPN
    Install Base 10,037

    We do not yet have a description for this SDK category.

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