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Top 10 Audio Processing SDKs Used in Android Apps on Google Play
Last update: 24 Feb 2024 CET
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Top 10 Audio Processing SDKs Used in Android Apps on Google Play

We at 42matters have identified the 10 most popular Audio Processing SDKs leveraged by Android apps available on the Android app market.

Audio Processing SDKs enable apps to perform a variety of audio processing tasks, such as audio playback, recording, editing, mixing, signal processing, and audio synthesis. These SDKs typically facilitate audio enhancement, noise reduction, echo cancellation, voice recognition, and other advanced audio processing techniques.

This list is based on our analysis of the millions of mobile applications – and the 2,300+ SDKs they use – that constitute the vast inventory of the Google Play Store. The accompanying data provides readers with a glimpse into the rich mobile application insights generated by the 42matters technology. This data is also available via our APIs, file dumps, Explorer, and SDK Explorer.

The intended purpose of this article is to assist app builders in their search for the perfect Audio Processing SDK to leverage in their app, as well as to give SDK developers insight into their biggest competitors and potential customers. This data collected by our technology may also serve as a useful tool for folks researching the wider mobile app market.

Among all apps utilizing audio processing SDKs, 95.35% have integrated FMOD. This accounts for 96.47% of app downloads within the audio processing SDK category.

FMOD is an SDK that offers instant iteration. Build and edit audio in real-time. The FMOD workflow lets you implement and improvise while connected to a game, without ever missing a beat.

Total Apps
286.13k
Google Play
App Share
95.35%
Google Play
Apps
44.39k
Games
241.74k
Total Downloads
278.15b
Google Play
Download Share
96.47%
Google Play
App Downloads
13.88b
Game Downloads
264.26b

Use the 42matters SDK Explorer to find all apps that use FMOD.

Among all apps utilizing audio processing SDKs, 4.42% have integrated ExoMedia. This accounts for 2.22% of app downloads within the audio processing SDK category.

Total Apps
13.25k
Google Play
App Share
4.42%
Google Play
Apps
13.21k
Games
43
Total Downloads
6.40b
Google Play
Download Share
2.22%
Google Play
App Downloads
5.57b
Game Downloads
835.70m

Use the 42matters SDK Explorer to find all apps that use ExoMedia.

Among all apps utilizing audio processing SDKs, <1% have integrated Nuance. This accounts for <1% of app downloads within the audio processing SDK category.

Total Apps
386
Google Play
App Share
<1%
Google Play
Apps
310
Games
76
Total Downloads
1.26b
Google Play
Download Share
<1%
Google Play
App Downloads
923.93m
Game Downloads
336.78m

Use the 42matters SDK Explorer to find all apps that use Nuance.

Among all apps utilizing audio processing SDKs, <1% have integrated mp3agic. This accounts for <1% of app downloads within the audio processing SDK category.

mp3agic is a java library SDK for reading mp3 files and reading / manipulating the ID3 tags (ID3v1 and ID3v2.2 through ID3v2.4).

Total Apps
132
Google Play
App Share
<1%
Google Play
Apps
130
Games
2
Total Downloads
1.07b
Google Play
Download Share
<1%
Google Play
App Downloads
1.07b
Game Downloads
315.00k

Use the 42matters SDK Explorer to find all apps that use mp3agic.

Among all apps utilizing audio processing SDKs, <1% have integrated iSpeech. This accounts for <1% of app downloads within the audio processing SDK category.

The iSpeech SDK provides human quality text-to-speech (TTS) and speech recognition solutions to consumers, developers, and businesses worldwide.

Total Apps
74
Google Play
App Share
<1%
Google Play
Apps
74
Games
0
Total Downloads
21.38m
Google Play
Download Share
<1%
Google Play
App Downloads
21.38m
Game Downloads
190

Use the 42matters SDK Explorer to find all apps that use iSpeech.

Among all apps utilizing audio processing SDKs, <1% have integrated Deezer Music SDK. This accounts for <1% of app downloads within the audio processing SDK category.

Deezer Music SDK lets you play the music you just have to hear, instantly. Deezer works across all your devices, both online and offline, with no listening limits. It's music at your fingertips for waking up, getting going, chilling out, living life.

Total Apps
66
Google Play
App Share
<1%
Google Play
Apps
66
Games
0
Total Downloads
17.56m
Google Play
Download Share
<1%
Google Play
App Downloads
17.56m
Game Downloads
0

Use the 42matters SDK Explorer to find all apps that use Deezer Music SDK.

Among all apps utilizing audio processing SDKs, <1% have integrated Yandex SpeechKit. This accounts for <1% of app downloads within the audio processing SDK category.

Yandex SpeechKit is an SDK that allows application developers to use Yandex speech technologies: speech recognition (Speech-to-Text) and speech synthesis (Text-to-Speech).

Total Apps
51
Google Play
App Share
<1%
Google Play
Apps
51
Games
0
Total Downloads
1.17b
Google Play
Download Share
<1%
Google Play
App Downloads
1.17b
Game Downloads
72

Use the 42matters SDK Explorer to find all apps that use Yandex SpeechKit.

Among all apps utilizing audio processing SDKs, <1% have integrated Dolby Audio API. This accounts for <1% of app downloads within the audio processing SDK category.

Dolby Audio content for Android can be created using the Dolby Developer API or Java, Unity3D, AIR, and HTML plug-ins.

Total Apps
44
Google Play
App Share
<1%
Google Play
Apps
24
Games
20
Total Downloads
264.13m
Google Play
Download Share
<1%
Google Play
App Downloads
51.60m
Game Downloads
212.53m

Use the 42matters SDK Explorer to find all apps that use Dolby Audio API.

Among all apps utilizing audio processing SDKs, <1% have integrated AACPlayer. This accounts for <1% of app downloads within the audio processing SDK category.

Freeware advanced audio (AAC) player for Android apps and games.

Total Apps
31
Google Play
App Share
<1%
Google Play
Apps
31
Games
0
Total Downloads
24.13m
Google Play
Download Share
<1%
Google Play
App Downloads
24.11m
Game Downloads
16.05k

Use the 42matters SDK Explorer to find all apps that use AACPlayer.

Among all apps utilizing audio processing SDKs, <1% have integrated Houndify. This accounts for <1% of app downloads within the audio processing SDK category.

Total Apps
19
Google Play
App Share
<1%
Google Play
Apps
19
Games
0
Total Downloads
433.70m
Google Play
Download Share
<1%
Google Play
App Downloads
433.70m
Game Downloads
0

Use the 42matters SDK Explorer to find all apps that use Houndify.

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