Published on December 14, 2016 by Android Developers
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Wojtek Kaliciński introduces the APK Analyzer in Android Studio 2.2. The APK Analyzer gives developers insight into the contents of a release APK, including raw and download file sizes, Android resource and assets previews and a DEX file browser showing package, class and method names and reference counts per file.

Using the Analyzer is a great way to debug any problems with your builds, find ways to optimize your apps for smaller APK size and figure out if your Proguard and Multidex are configured correctly.

Read more about reducing APK size in our guide on developer.android.com/topic/performance/reduce-apk-size.html and find out more about debugging specific problems using the Analyzer in our article on Medium: goo.gl/E2jKui

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33 Comments on "APK Analyzer: An Android Tool Time Deep Dive"

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Game Over
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Game Over
3 months 1 day ago

Hi, i want to ask help :(…. just made single activity class and a adapter class for practicing 🙁 after installing the app size exceeds 15MBs 🙁 any way to make small size of app o reduce its size.

Compuoriente Impor and Export Ltda
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Compuoriente Impor and Export Ltda
5 months 1 day ago

And I did not ad the option in the build to generate it

Dev Landing
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Dev Landing
7 months 20 days ago

Omg this helped me so much. I had some drawable files that weren't compressed and were taking up a lot of memory. Thanks!

ramesh chandran
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ramesh chandran
8 months 21 days ago

Nice…

Kamlakar Kate
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Kamlakar Kate
8 months 23 days ago

Really nice, May know how to make an apk which will not be decompile bye anyone.Thank you

deviantstudio
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deviantstudio
8 months 26 days ago

how can we get methods count of already multidexed apk? there are tons of classesXXX.dex files inside, so developer should calculate all of them manually. not cool

Yik Jin
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Yik Jin
8 months 27 days ago

When you have a debug version of your app installed on your phone and you lose the source code…

Hicham Bougaa
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Hicham Bougaa
8 months 29 days ago

جزاك الله خيرا

Roman Pavliuk
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Roman Pavliuk
8 months 30 days ago

Double voices. Hell yeah! It's a true android man

Ian Sonic
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Ian Sonic
8 months 30 days ago

If you accidently released a debug apk,in teh net, …..

Ian Sonic
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Ian Sonic
8 months 29 days ago

i mean releasing the debug apk in the internet, not google play… but it wont happen…just my thoughts

Sourabh Verma
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Sourabh Verma
8 months 29 days ago

You can't. It needs to be signed to be uploaded to play store. You can however skip on proguard

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