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By kiwiandroiddev, Junior Member on 10th December 2013, 06:50 PM
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31st July 2014, 12:32 PM |#11  
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I know some tool for tracking your user the name

Admob Analytics:
The biggest ad provider for mobile devices, currently has an analytics platform for the mobile web in beta

App Clix
it offers developers an analytics product, not an analytics service. With App Clix, developers runs analytics through their own server environment, cutting out the ability for the middle man to review the analytics data without authorization

Bango
Bango provides identification for every user accessing the app, providing information like the user's carrier and connection speeds. You can also use Bango to drive mobile app campaigns and implement tracking for other application features

Pinch Media & Flurry Analytics
They provide a free specialized service for analytics in mobile apps. They allow you to tap into user info with the approval of the user, giving you location, age, time, session lengths and more.
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11th November 2014, 09:15 AM |#12  
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Try Leanplum - they're affordable (monitoring up to 500 daily active users is for free), packed with analytics and A/B testing functionality, and their help section is amazing! Alternatively, I've also used Mixpanel, but it's more focused on doing A/B tests than on good ol' analytics.
1st March 2015, 01:33 PM |#13  
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Parse is cool platform
22nd May 2015, 10:32 AM |#14  
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Check out mobile analytics toolkit - devtodev.
Relatively new to the market, has a really nice and responsive support, and own education center.
27th June 2015, 01:46 PM |#15  
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There's always Mixpanel.

Free for small amounts of data, but gets expensive at larger amounts. It's events concept is much better than GA, but the SDK can be a bit buggy.

Also, the new Facebook Analytics platform. Totally free, and has a similar events system to Mixpanel.
29th June 2015, 11:28 AM |#16  
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Thank you for this, I think I'll try flurry because the analytics the google play console provides are just not enough.

I think you are just not using the power of Analytics right. With a combination of custom events and custom dashboards you can track and visualize everything. I doubt that any other product can provide you anything that you couldn't easily setup in Analytics.
1st September 2015, 09:48 AM |#17  
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There is also fabric.
https://get.fabric.io/

It's totaly free, incredibly easy to include in your app and it's paired with crashlytics that is one of the best crash report solution.

The results it give are not extensive : you have daily and monthly users, new daily users, number of sessions and sessions lengths: a good resume.
24th September 2017, 12:20 PM |#18  
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Gauss Widget for Google Analytics
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Originally Posted by kiwiandroiddev

I found the google analytics SDK very easy to integrate with some of my android apps, however the problem I have is with the web dashboard. It's not straightforward to use, and mobile analytics seems to be the poor cousin of the web analytics version. Even finding data on something as simple as user timings (which was very easy to code into the app) is difficult. I know it must be capturing a tonne of useful data but visualising it and actually getting some useful insights from it is another story...

Are there any good (ideally free) alternatives out there, where it's actually easy to interpret the data?

Cheers, Matt

You should use Gauss Analytics Widget on your Android desktop. Find it on Google Play
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