APK Inspector v0.2.0

Emerson Cloud
Jan 2, 2019 · 1 min read
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Last week we launched APK Inspector, a command line tool to determine dependencies and permissions from an APK file. Today we’ve released version 0.2.0 bringing new features and updates!

In version 0.2.0 you can now output permissions and dependencies to a JSON or text file. The default output is JSON, but you can change that behavior with the command line argument.

Here are the rest of the v0.2.0 highlights, you can see the entire pull request on GitHub.


  • Output permissions and dependencies to JSON or text file.
  • Update default console logging behavior

Bug Fixes

  • Better handling of user input to reduce errors


  • Add issue and contributing templates


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