Use the market share of Android Ad networks below to find the best and most popular Ad networks.
AppBrain analyzes all Android apps on Google Play and checks what code is built into the package file (APK). We match that with
known package names from ad networks. Therefore, these statistics reflect whether the code of a certain library is present
in an app. It doesn't guarantee that the developer is actually using the code, but it still gives a good idea of the market share
and what is the list of the top Android ad networks.
If you're looking for the best ad networks, looking at the most popular ones is a good data point. By asking yourself,
which ad network is used by most Android developers? you can make sure you analyze the best options when you're making a comparison
of potential ad networks to include in your app.
About the statistics
You can sort the libraries by "Installs" or "Apps". "Apps" will give you the libraries that are present in the most apps.
However, it may be that one library is present in lots of apps with 10+ downloads, whereas another library is present in
a few apps that all have billions of downloads. The "Installs" sorting option shows the libraries ordered by presence in the
most installs on actual Android devices.
You can also choose which groups of apps to view the market share of. "Overall" means all Android apps on Google Play,
"New" means apps that were launched within the last 30 days, and "Top 500" means the apps that are ranked in the
top 500 of the USA.
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