The SDK Detection feature can show you which SDKs are present in any supported app, or even a group of apps at once. When you add apps to the chart, all detected SDKs are automatically enabled as columns in the table. In some cases, we’re able to detect not only the presence of an SDK, but also the SDK version. You can sort apps by SDK, and see which apps have the most recent versions of an SDK. Out-of-date SDK versions may suggest that an SDK is not being actively used, or isn’t a priority for the development team.

You can generate a list of Top Apps by downloads or revenue in Store Intel - Top Apps, and easily populate that list of apps in SDK Detection. In Store Top Apps, select apps using checkboxes or the Select All button, then click Detect SDKs.

Once in SDK Detection easily select and organize different SDKs to see exactly which SDKs these Top Apps may be leveraging. You can either manually select SDKs or batch-select a cohort of SDKs by Type.

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