Android Asynchronous Http Client
Android Asynchronous Http Client is an asynchronous, callback-based Http client SDK for Android apps. It was built on top of Apache’s HttpClient libraries.
Its primary SDK category is Networking and it's used by Android apps.
Based on downloads over the last 30 days, the most popular Android apps that use Android Asynchronous Http Client are:
Looking at the number of Android apps that use Android Asynchronous Http Client, it's Very Popular among Android developers.
In addition, this month, Android Asynchronous Http Client has been…
- Added to 449 Android apps.
- Removed from 385 Android apps.
It's most commonly used by Android apps in the following categories: Maps & Navigation and Casino.
SDKs that are similar to Android Asynchronous Http Client:
- HttpClient by Msebera in the Networking category
- Basic HTTP Client for Java in the Networking category
- Http Request in the Networking category
- OkHttp in the Networking category
- Android Asynchronous Networking and Image Loading in the Networking category
- Apache HttpComponents in the Networking category
- AndroidAsync in the Networking category
- Iqiyi VCOP Client in the Developer Tools category
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