Profile Your App Performance!

An application is considered to have poor performance so how to analyze the application. That time we can use profiling to fix the performance problem that your application causes to inefficient users of resources such as the CPU, memory, graphics, network, and device battery.

Android Studio provides several tools to find problems.

1. CPU Profiler tack runtime performance of issues.

2. Memory Profiler tracks memory allocations.

3. Energy  Profiler  tack energy usage of battery

Profitable applications

Profitable is a manifest add code introduced in Android Q.

It can specify whether the device can profile an application through tools such as Android Studio.

Feature list

1. Memory Profiler

2. CPU Profiler

3. Network Profiler

4. Energy Profiler

5. Power Profiler

6. Event Monitor

Add the below line in the manifest (application)

     <profileable android:shell="true"/>

  •  Build and run profitable apps automatically

  • Profile ‘app’ with low overhead CPU and Memory profilers in the memory profiler


  • Profile ‘app’ with low overhead CPU and Memory profilers in the memory profiler.


  • Build release app

       Write the below code in application level build.gradle.kts

release { 

signingConfig signingConfigs.debug 



In conclusion, by profiling your app, you will know which areas are slowing slowdown or causing resource bottlenecks. Hence, you can focus on the mobile app development process of your app running smoother and deliver a better user experience. 

Remember, performance profiling is an ongoing process. As you add new features or make changes to your app, it’s important to revisit profiling to ensure optimal performance.

365Bloggy May 1, 2024
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