Third Party Libraries

Third party libraries are an implementation of a feature for a mobile app that is not directly developed by the developer of the mobile app. Examples can include a game engine that is used in mobile app games such as Unity3d or libraries created by Facebook, Google, or Twitter that allow developers easy access to using their services.

Third Party Library Name Category No. of Apps Using This
Jsoup Utility 55829
Nostra13 Utility 54633
Acra Utility 36266
Ksoap2 Utility 34784
Oauth Utility 33648
Adobe Utility 28190
Bugsense Utility 24670
Loopj Utility 23924
Phonegap Utility 19456
Codehaus Utility 18051
Amazon Utility 17340
Kawa Utility 16228
Appbrain Utility 16089
Ansca Utility 14151
Appcelerator Utility 11484
Appmk Utility 8152
Anywheresoftware Utility 5858
Osmdroid Utility 5655
Springframework Utility 5252
Bumptech Utility 5050
Github Utility 4895
Amazonaws Utility 4778
Nuance Utility 4651
Anddev Utility 4579
Qualcomm Utility 4248
Roboguice Utility 3722
Mozilla Utility 3677
Actionbarsherlock Utility 3005
Htmlcleaner Utility 2247
Mcsoxford Utility 2240