New App Stats arrive for Android developers

New App Stats arrive for Android developers
Android head Andy Rubin broke the news that there are more than 450,000 available applications on the Android Market recently, and with so many apps out there developers need the best statistics tools to keep track of how well their creations are doing. Google sees that and has now brought new statistics for Android appications.

Application Statistics is a set of dashboards in the Developer Console on the market that gives you information about your app: countries where it was installed, Android versions, device models and various other stats.

Now, Google is bringing tangible improvements to Android app stats with new metrics, new tools for analyzing the data and an overhauled UI that is much, much easier to use.

The most important novelty is the option to see installation by unique users and unique devices. You get to see active installs, total installs, and daily installs and uninstalls. Moreover, Google has added a timeline feature so you can see how stats evolve over time.

Finally, the whole stats page is redesigned - every significant metric in its own tab. Hit the source link below to see more about it, and log in with your developer’s account to try it out.



7. philfoster

Posts: 34; Member since: Mar 01, 2012

Make sure developers utilized this tools Phil


Posts: 81; Member since: Feb 17, 2012


5. atheisticemetic

Posts: 377; Member since: Dec 18, 2011

anyone else find it ironic that the picture uses the phrase "Myapp" to determine Android stats? :) Keep up the good work Google

4. andro.

Posts: 1999; Member since: Sep 16, 2011

Constant improvement,keep it up google

3. Bluesky02

Posts: 1439; Member since: Dec 05, 2011

Hi Victor, there's an article at Techpowerup "Samsung Miniaturizes 1920x1080 Pixels Into A 4.8"Display" thought it might be useful

2. bloodline

Posts: 706; Member since: Dec 01, 2011

This is why I love google/android, they are constantly trying to make it better for users and developers because they want to give the best experiences as possible and they want to the best and you can see that they try and they are succeeding Apple just want your money and yes I know some will say google just wants your info.

1. shy2papa

Posts: 336; Member since: Jan 23, 2010

Oh yeah

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