You can register any shared libraries your application links to within the Android manifest file. By default, every application is linked to the standard Android packages (such as android.app) and is aware of its own package. However, if your application links to additional packages, they must be registered within the <application> tag of the Android manifest file using the <uses-library> tag. For example <uses-library android:name="com.sharedlibrary.sharedStuff" />
This feature is often used for linking to optional Google APIs. For more information about the <uses-library> tag of the Android manifest file, see the Android SDK reference.
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