LibChecker is used to view the third-party native libraries (.so files) used by applications in your device. It can view the ABI architecture of the application’s native library (in general, whether the application is 64-bit or 32-bit). It can also view well-known libraries marked by The Rule Repository, and can even sort and view them according to the number of libraries references.
LibChecker provides some basic functions, including App ABI architecture viewing and statistics (32-bit/64-bit), viewing native libraries, and viewing four major components (services, activities, broadcast receivers, content providers).
LibChecker also provides some unique features:
- Well-known library tags: For some well-known third-party library components, LibChecker will display tags, and you can view the detailed introduction.
- Library reference statistics: count the frequency of use of each library
- Package features: Analyze the apk package to determine whether the app is Split APK / whether it is written in Kotlin
- Snapshot: Compare component differences before and after app upgrade
Tracking: The application tracks and reports your activity to somewhere – usually either without your consent, or by default (i.e. you’d have to actively disable it). It’s commonly used for when developers obtain crash logs without the user’s consent, or when an app is useless without some kind of authentication.
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