From advertising analytics to graphics support, take a look at the SDKs most commonly present across both the App Store and Google Play. See which SDKs are dominant in certain app categories, game subcategories, or revenue thresholds, and how much more overall share they have related to competitors. Plus, determine how apps with a certain SDK have performed worldwide over the past month.
Peek under the hood of the top apps in the App Store and Google Play
Break down the nuanced SDK differences of games by subgenre, and more
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Gain an understanding of important SDK data at-a-glance, such as which technologies an app or publisher is leveraging, how third-party created SDKs handle critical app functions, and whether a designated app or competitor is running up-to-date code. Plus, customers with Game Intelligence can break down nuances in SDK by game subgenre, art style, setting and more.
Leverage SDK Global Fields in the dashboard of your choice to layer SDK detection onto other views, such as app growth percentage or Daily Active Users (DAU). Plus, understand business strategies that are otherwise opaque, such as mediated ad impressions. See which SDKs overlap on apps with other elements in common, such as downloads in a specific country or a baseline revenue per download (RPD).
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