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Most Used SDKs in Top 200 Free Android Apps

  1. Firebase Firebase 126 Apps (63% of Top 200)

    Firebase is a mobile and web app development platform that provides developers with a plethora of tools and services to help them develop high-quality apps, grow their user base, and earn more profit.

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 47. Subway Surfers
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 11. Snapchat
  2. Google Identity Google Identity 126 Apps (63% of Top 200)

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 191. ESPN
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
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  4. Google Analytics Google Analytics 122 Apps (61% of Top 200)

    Google Analytics provides insight on app usage, user engagement, and cross-network attribution. It is natively integrated with Firebase, Google's app developer platform, and provides unlimited reporting for up to 500 distinct events, helping to understand clearly how app users behave.

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 191. ESPN
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
  5. Gson Gson 111 Apps (56% of Top 200)

    Gson is a Java library that can be used to convert Java Objects into their JSON representation. It can also be used to convert a JSON string to an equivalent Java object. Gson can work with arbitrary Java objects including pre-existing objects that you do not have source-code of.

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 47. Subway Surfers
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 11. Snapchat
  6. Square Square 107 Apps (54% of Top 200)

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 191. ESPN
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
  7. Google AdMob Google AdMob 104 Apps (52% of Top 200)

    AdMob helps a user monetize a mobile app through in-app advertising. Ads can be displayed as banner, interstitial, video, or native ads—which are seamlessly added to platform native UI components. AdMob uses the Google Mobile Ads SDK which helps app developers gain insights about their users and maximize ad revenue.

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 191. ESPN
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
    • 185. eBay - Shop at the Marketplace
  8. Google Guava Google Guava 99 Apps (50% of Top 200)

    Guava is a set of core libraries that includes new collection types (such as multimap and multiset), immutable collections, a graph library, and utilities for concurrency, I/O, hashing, primitives, strings, and more. Guava comes in two flavors; the JRE flavor requires JDK 1.8 or higher, if you need support for JDK 1.7 or Android, use the Android flavor. You can find the Android Guava source in the android directory.

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 191. ESPN
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
    • 185. eBay - Shop at the Marketplace
  9. Firebase Cloud Messaging Firebase Cloud Messaging 97 Apps (49% of Top 200)

    Firebase Cloud Messaging provides a reliable and efficient connection between servers and devices, allowing for the delivery and reception of messages on mobile devices. This cross-platform messaging solution lets app developers reliably deliver messages to app users at no cost.

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 191. ESPN
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
  10. Square Okio Square Okio 89 Apps (45% of Top 200)

    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 191. ESPN
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
    • 185. eBay - Shop at the Marketplace
    • 150. Pandora - Music & Podcasts
  11. Google Auth Google Auth 86 Apps (43% of Top 200)

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
    • 185. eBay - Shop at the Marketplace
  12. Exo Player Exo Player 79 Apps (40% of Top 200)

    ExoPlayer is an application level media player for Android. It provides an alternative to Android’s MediaPlayer API for playing audio and video both locally and over the Internet. ExoPlayer supports features not currently supported by Android’s MediaPlayer API, including DASH and SmoothStreaming adaptive playbacks.

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 191. ESPN
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
  13. ZXing ZXing 75 Apps (38% of Top 200)

    Zxing is a multi-format 1D/2D barcode image processing library. This opensource pluggin even though presently in development mode, still is a great option for developers. The pluggin is optimized with JRprofilerand implemented in Java, with ports to other languages

    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
    • 185. eBay - Shop at the Marketplace
    • 150. Pandora - Music & Podcasts
  14. Google Actions Google Actions 74 Apps (37% of Top 200)

    • 185. eBay - Shop at the Marketplace
    • 150. Pandora - Music & Podcasts
    • 139. 8 Ball Pool
    • 132. OfferUp: Buy. Sell. Letgo.
    • 18. Amazon Alexa
    • 167. Township
  15. Google Play IAP Google Play IAP 68 Apps (34% of Top 200)

    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 191. ESPN
    • 150. Pandora - Music & Podcasts
    • 139. 8 Ball Pool
    • 79. Duolingo: language lessons
    • 132. OfferUp: Buy. Sell. Letgo.
  16. Facebook Facebook 65 Apps (33% of Top 200)

    Facebook provides the easiest way to track success of App Ads, implement powerful sharing or let people log into an app with Facebook. Among other tools, this SDK provides anonymized audience insight about the people interacting with the app as well as a way for people to login to the app through Facebook. It also contains five component SDKs that can be connected to individually.

    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
    • 185. eBay - Shop at the Marketplace
    • 150. Pandora - Music & Podcasts
    • 78. Pinterest
    • 139. 8 Ball Pool
  17. Facebook Audience Network Facebook Audience Network 58 Apps (29% of Top 200)

    Facebook Audience Network is designed to maximize revenue with diverse demand from global advertisers. Facebook Audience Network helps you monetize your app by showing highly targeted ads that match the interests of your users.

    • 150. Pandora - Music & Podcasts
    • 139. 8 Ball Pool
    • 79. Duolingo: language lessons
    • 132. OfferUp: Buy. Sell. Letgo.
    • 167. Township
    • 27. QR & Barcode Scanner
  18. Google Location Google Location 57 Apps (28% of Top 200)

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 191. ESPN
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
    • 150. Pandora - Music & Podcasts
  19. Firebase Remote Config Firebase Remote Config 55 Apps (28% of Top 200)

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
    • 185. eBay - Shop at the Marketplace
    • 150. Pandora - Music & Podcasts
    • 28. Telegram
    • 69. Booking.com: Hotels and more
  20. Protocol Buffers Protocol Buffers 52 Apps (26% of Top 200)

    Protocol Buffers are Google's language-neutral, platform-neutral, extensible mechanism for serializing structured data. The protocol compiler for Protocol Buffers is written in C++ with pre-built binaries only provided for released versions.

    • 95. Uber - Request a ride
    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 32. Spotify: Music and Podcasts
    • 184. Etsy: Buy & Sell Unique Items
    • 185. eBay - Shop at the Marketplace
  21. Bolts Bolts 50 Apps (25% of Top 200)

    Bolts is a collection of low-level libraries designed to make developing mobile apps easier. These libraries, originally created by Facebook and Parse, have been open sourced and made available to others without a mandatory Facebook developer or Parse affiliation. Bolts includes "tasks", which make organization of complex asynchronous code more manageable, and an implementation of the App Links Protocol, which helps link content in other apps.

    • 20. Amazon Shopping
    • 52. Twitter
    • 78. Pinterest
    • 49. PayPal - Send, Shop, Manage
    • 14. Netflix
    • 132. OfferUp: Buy. Sell. Letgo.

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