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Most Common SDKs for British Apps

The following shows which SDKs are most used by United Kingdom app publishers. To find out which apps integrate the following SDK use our App Market Explorer. We have also aggregated the worldwide Top Ad Network SDKs and other categories.

1 icon Google Firebase

70% of apps from British publishers have Google Firebase integrated. In total 25,765 apps. Firebase is a mobile and web application development platform SDK that gives app builders the ability to develop their apps faster, without worrying about infrastructure. It includes functionalities like analytics, databases, messaging and crash reporting so developers can move quickly and focus on their users.

2 icon Firebase Cloud Messaging

53% of apps from British publishers have Firebase Cloud Messaging integrated. In total 19,378 apps. Firebase Cloud Messaging is a cross-platform messaging solution developed by Google that lets app developers reliably deliver messages at no cost. With Firebase Cloud Messaging, app developers can notify a client app that new email or other data is available to sync, and drive user re-engagement and retention with notification messages.

3 icon OkHttp

48% of apps from British publishers have OkHttp integrated. In total 17,615 apps. OkHttp is an open source project designed to be an efficient HTTP client. It's also easy to use. OkHttp’s request/response API is designed with fluent builders and immutability. It supports both synchronous blocking calls and async calls with callbacks.

4 icon gson

39% of apps from British publishers have gson integrated. In total 14,379 apps. Gson is a Google-developed Java library that app developers can leverage to convert Java Objects into their JSON representation, and vice versa. It works with arbitrary Java objects, including pre-existing objects of which developers do not have the source-code.

5 icon ZXing

25% of apps from British publishers have ZXing integrated. In total 9,391 apps. ZXing – also known as “zebra crossing” – is an open-source, multi-format barcode image processing library implemented in Java, with ports to other languages. It supports 1D product, 1D industrial, and 2D barcodes.

6 icon Google Ads AdMob

25% of apps from British publishers have Google Ads AdMob integrated. In total 9,389 apps. Google Ads AdMob is a mobile advertising platform that enables users to monetize their mobile applications via in-app advertising. AdMob is based on the Google Mobile Ads SDK and serves over 200 billion ad requests a month, with over 1 million advertisers and 1 million apps currently running on the AdMob mobile ad network.

7 icon Firebase Crashlytics Fabric

25% of apps from British publishers have Firebase Crashlytics Fabric integrated. In total 9,285 apps. Fabric Crashlytics is the most powerful, lightest weight crash reporting SDK on the market. App developers that leverage Fabric Crashlytics are able to spend less time finding crashes and more time fixing them.

8 icon Glide

24% of apps from British publishers have Glide integrated. In total 8,761 apps. Glide is an open source media management and image loading framework for Android that supports fetching, decoding, and displaying video stills, images, and animated GIFs. Glide includes a flexible API that developers can plug in to almost any network stack.

9 icon Android Support Library V4

23% of apps from British publishers have Android Support Library V4 integrated. In total 8,543 apps. Android Support Library V4, developed by Google’s Android team, is a platform that helps app developers manage the release of new API versions. Rather than developing code to handle the provisioning of new features on earlier releases, developers can leverage Android Support Library V4 to provide that compatibility layer.

10 icon Picasso

21% of apps from British publishers have Picasso integrated. In total 7,875 apps. Picasso is an image downloading and caching library for Android. Picasso understands that images add context and visual flair to Android applications. As such, they enable hassle-free image loading – often in one line of code!

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