The Mapbox Maps SDK for Android is an open source toolset for displaying maps inside of your Android application.
Plugins are single-purpose libraries built on top of the Mapbox Maps SDK for Android that you can include in your apps like any other Android dependency. You'll find documentation for each plugin on our Android documentation website. A full list of the current plugins is available below.
Splitting specific functionality into plugins makes our Maps SDK lighter and nimble for you to use, and it also lets us iterate faster. We can release plugins more often than the SDK, which requires a slower pace due to its larger codebase.
When your users want to get from one location to another, don’t push them out of your application into a generic map application. Instead, keep them engaged with your application 100% of the time with in-app turn-by-turn navigation.
The Mapbox Navigation SDK is a precise and flexible platform which contains logic needed to get timed navigation instructions and enables your users to explore the world's streets. We are designing new maps specifically for navigation that highlight traffic conditions and helpful landmarks. The calculations use the user's current location and compare it to the current route that the user's traversing to provide critical information at any given moment.
HockeySDK-Android implements support for using HockeyApp in your Android applications.
PubNub is a Massively Scalable Real-time Service for Web and Mobile Games. This is a cloud-based service for broadcasting Real-time messages to thousands of web and mobile clients simultaneously.
Voice overlay helps you turn your user's voice into text, providing a polished UX while handling for you the necessary permission.
Give your users a fantastic experience by providing new and exciting features like: P2P, Proximity, Mesh and Offline connectivity.
By integrating the Bridgefy SDK, app developers ensure that payments, messaging, location-sharing, and ride-hailing apps are still available when people don't have access to data.
Trialy makes it easy to create a free trial for your in-app-purchases. Trialy takes care of the heavy lifting for you (using server-side checks with customizable grace periods to allow for offline use, for example) so you can focus on developing an amazing app. In addition to configuring the trial length, you can decide whether users should be able to try your app on each of their device, or just once for each Google account.
Newtron Watchdog allows the critical applications you develop for Android to keep running even after an application crash.
Videoapparat is a premium Android library which allows you to record videos. Based on popular Fotoapparat library.
Vitamio is an open multimedia framework for Android and iOS, with full and real hardware accelerated decoder and renderer.
The Kickflip Android SDK manages all the plumbing for your cloud video application. With this SDK you can broadcast Live, High Definition HTTP-HLS video, associate these broadcasts with users, and query broadcasts made by your users. All you need is a Kickflip.io account.
'Freemium' cloud-based CICD service for (Android and iOS) mobile app development, integrated with Github, Gitlab, BitBucket and 180+ developer services. Grab the Open Source CLI from Github and automate locally.
Cloud version free up to 200 builds per month. More builds or more than 10 minutes buildtime per build requires a paid developer account
Linguist is a simple framework to translate your app to over 100 languages automatically.
The SortableTableView started as an open-source project more than two years ago. Since then, we have improved the core architecture and implemented the most requested features (which were not compatible with the old architecture). The result is a library that is very stable and advanced as well as easy to use.
A fully customizable photo editor for your app. Integrate the PhotoEditor SDK into your own Android, iOS or Html5 app in minutes!
The PhotoEditor SDK provides a variety of tools and functions for creating photo applications for Android.
Bugsee is a bug and crash reporting tool for iOS and Android apps. Like a black box on an airplane, Bugsee locally records everything that the app is doing. Whenever a bug occurs, everything that led to it has already been recorded:
Mobile Test Automation Tool
The most advanced set of mobile SDKs for WebRTC.
How you can use it:
With the Buildbox, creating games is simple. There is no programming or scripting needed. Just import images, assign them properties and build out your game. Use one of our many presets to get started and preview your game in real time.
VSBarcodeReader is the most advanced barcode reading library for the iPhone and Android. The library and SDK allow you to add barcode scanning functionality to your app in minutes. Our proprietary algorithms can read blurry UPCs and EANs captured by fixed focus cameras.
Fully featured customizable XMPP framework for iOS and Android. It includes an XMPP server and client code to quickly add text, picture and location messaging functionality to your app.
SciChart for Android is a new native Android Charting Library which supports Java and the Android SDK for development of applications and embedded systems that require high performance, real-time Android Charts. With groundbreaking performance and an intuitive, extensible API, SciChart’s Android Chart Library makes impossible projects, possible.
Web and mobile payments, built for developers.
A set of unified APIs and tools that instantly enables businesses to accept and manage online payments.
Develop your Android applications in real-time. The changes you make are automatically applied to your running application. Works with real devices and emulators alike.
In-App Feedback and Bug Reporting for Mobile Apps
The top apps in the world rely on Instabug for beta testing, user engagement, and crash reporting. Gather feedback from your beta testers and have live conversations with your users.