Google updates Android app stats for developers

Google updates Android app stats for developers

Google updated Application Statistics in the Developer Console, showing additional details to developers. There few important changes included, such as:

  • Installation metrics – which show installations measured by unique users, as well as by unique devices. For user installations, you can view active installs, total installs, and daily installs and uninstalls; and for devices – active installs and daily installs, uninstalls and upgrades.
  • New data dimensions – Carrier and App Version, which help developers track their app’s installation trends across mobile operators or monitor the launch metrics of specific app updates.
  • Timeline charts for all metrics and dimensions – highlighting app’s installation peaks and longer-term trends, providing a quick snapshot of all the information developers need to manage their app update cycles, marketing promotions and so on.
  • CSV data export – for developers using some other software to measure their app’s performance.

Finally, there’s a brand new UI that is “faster, more compact and easier to use,” with each dimension getting its own dedicated tab to make it easier to click through stats.

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