After successfully adding the identifier to the control panel and the publication of applications, you can go to Google Analytics to review the statistics for your application.
Initially available to you main screen statistic (overview):
To set up this report, use the tools on the top menu. To view other statistics, change the date range or add a segment.
The report can be e-mailed or exported to the desired format (eg, CSV, PDF, TSV).
For more detailed statistics, move the cursor to the point you are interested in the line chart or a map or click on the header of the required report.
On this screen you can see the statistics:
- and the new active users
- the popularity of your app by country
- a summary of models of phones and tablets, which are installed your application.
- the average duration of the session and the number of pages that the user visited
- summary statistics on the exact screens a user spends time
Also there are additional reports in the sidebar:
In real time
In this report, you can view user statistics in real time:
Here you can get an overview of the sessions and users, analyzing the average session duration, total number of visitors to display screens, the average number of views per session screens (screens / session), the percentage of new and returning users, as well as the most popular languages and locations.
With the help of this report you can see how often users are interacting with your application, and compare the sessions off rates at different times.
Revenue for each of the users
Comparing the effectiveness of different versions of your application (number of sessions, screen view, the number of screens per session and the average duration of the session)
Selecting a specific user groups (cohorts) and analysis of its behavior in time
Overall statistics for each of your application's users
Here you will find an overview of the primary runs, ie sessions in which your application was first discovered on the device. In particular, this report shows the total number of new users, information about their operating system, applications and versions of the location.
This report provides information about the external and own such as Google Play, the platform from which users download your app.
This report provides useful information about the effectiveness of the application of various exchanges, including the iTunes Store for iOS-applications and Google Play for Android-application. C it, you learn how users are finding your applications, how to attract traffic, as well as the number of downloads which depends.
This report provides a summary of statistics on user interaction with the application content. Here you will find information on the preview screen, the total number offailures and the events on the screen.
The effectiveness of individual application screens on the number of views and unique views, as well as the percentage of output to the screen.
Here you can view a sequence of views or screens for visitors to events. This information allows us to understand which parts of the application are interested visitors.
In this report, you will find the names and brief descriptions of the most common technical errors reported in the application. Failures are automatically recorded separately from other errors.
Information about the speed with which your application handles various queries.
Events - a unique action with application content, such as viewing the categories of goods, social recommendation and selection of the city.