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Top 6 Charts and Graphs SDKs Used in Android Apps on Google Play
Last update: 18 Apr 2024 CET
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Top 6 Charts and Graphs SDKs Used in Android Apps on Google Play

We at 42matters have identified the 6 most popular Charts and Graphs SDKs leveraged by Android apps available on the Android app market.

Chart and Graph SDKs provide developers with the necessary resources to add interactive and customizable data visualization functionalities to mobile apps. These SDKs typically help developers generate line charts, bar charts, pie charts, scatter plots, and more. They may also provide advanced features such as zooming, panning, and real-time updates.

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 Charts and Graphs 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 charts and graphs SDKs, 91.80% have integrated MPAndroidChart. This accounts for 93.25% of app downloads within the charts and graphs SDK category.

The MPAndroidChart SDK offers a powerful Android chart view / graph view library, supporting line-, bar-, pie-, radar-, bubble-, and candlestick charts as well as scaling, panning, and animations.

Total Apps
163.91k
Google Play
App Share
91.80%
Google Play
Apps
163.36k
Games
554
Total Downloads
65.65b
Google Play
Download Share
93.25%
Google Play
App Downloads
65.26b
Game Downloads
387.35m

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

Among all apps utilizing charts and graphs SDKs, 4.22% have integrated AChartEngine. This accounts for 2.34% of app downloads within the charts and graphs SDK category.

AChartEngine is a charting library SDK for Android applications.

Total Apps
7.53k
Google Play
App Share
4.22%
Google Play
Apps
7.49k
Games
36
Total Downloads
1.65b
Google Play
Download Share
2.34%
Google Play
App Downloads
1.63b
Game Downloads
12.44m

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

Among all apps utilizing charts and graphs SDKs, 4.08% have integrated HelloCharts for Android. This accounts for 1.53% of app downloads within the charts and graphs SDK category.

HelloCharts for Android is a charts/graphs library SDK for Android that's compatible with API 8+, several chart types with support for scaling, scrolling, and animations.

Total Apps
7.29k
Google Play
App Share
4.08%
Google Play
Apps
7.24k
Games
50
Total Downloads
1.08b
Google Play
Download Share
1.53%
Google Play
App Downloads
1.07b
Game Downloads
14.25m

Use the 42matters SDK Explorer to find all apps that use HelloCharts for Android.

Among all apps utilizing charts and graphs SDKs, 3.04% have integrated GraphView. This accounts for 3.34% of app downloads within the charts and graphs SDK category.

GraphView is a library SDK for Android to programmatically create flexible and nice-looking diagrams. It is easy to understand, to integrate, and to customize.

Total Apps
5.42k
Google Play
App Share
3.04%
Google Play
Apps
5.29k
Games
138
Total Downloads
2.35b
Google Play
Download Share
3.34%
Google Play
App Downloads
2.29b
Game Downloads
56.35m

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

Among all apps utilizing charts and graphs SDKs, <1% have integrated androidplot. This accounts for <1% of app downloads within the charts and graphs SDK category.

Androidplot is a library for creating dynamic and static charts in your Android app via SDK.

Total Apps
1.24k
Google Play
App Share
<1%
Google Play
Apps
1.22k
Games
18
Total Downloads
521.85m
Google Play
Download Share
<1%
Google Play
App Downloads
517.67m
Game Downloads
4.18m

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

Among all apps utilizing charts and graphs SDKs, <1% have integrated ShinobiCharts. This accounts for <1% of app downloads within the charts and graphs SDK category.

Total Apps
118
Google Play
App Share
<1%
Google Play
Apps
118
Games
0
Total Downloads
196.68m
Google Play
Download Share
<1%
Google Play
App Downloads
196.68m
Game Downloads
0

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

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How does 42matters collect this data?'

We’ve developed a number of machine learning algorithms that scan millions of mobile and connected TV (CTV) applications on a regular basis. In addition, we collect ground truth app performance intelligence and use this data to build statistical models that estimate the performance of apps for which we do not have ground truth data.

What SDK data does 42matters collect?'

We track over 2,300 of the most popular SDKs integrated in iOS and Android apps. We collect a variety of SDK insights (title, platform, ID, category, and developer website); performance metrics (the number of apps that have installed each SDK, installation and removal trends, and app downloads); market share statistics (including market share per app category); and more!

How can I access 42matters’ SDK data?'

The most direct way is to use our SDK Explorer, which is a visual, web-based research platform that enables you to peruse all 2,300+ SDKs that we track. It’s great for market research, lead generation, competitor analysis, etc. However, more technically-inclined folks might prefer our APIs and File Dumps, which enable you to query info for specific apps or SDKs. You can also use our other research platform (the Explorer) to view integrated SDKs by app.

Can I use 42matters’ solutions to generate app publisher leads?'

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What data does 42matters provide on mobile apps?'

A ton! We track 17+ million apps across Google Play, the Apple App Store, Amazon Appstore, Tencent Appstore, and Huawei AppGallery. Our solutions provide access to app details (developer insights, metadata, ASO keywords, contact information, etc.); performance metrics (downloads, MAUs, ratings, reviews, top chart rankings, etc.); technical insights (integrated SDKs, permissions, required capabilities, etc.); content details (categories, genres, IAB categories, content ratings, etc.); compliance information (app-ads.txt, privacy policies, store status, etc.) and much, much more!

Can I use 42matters’ solutions to find SDKs for my app?'

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