Articles In Analytics

New Integration: Google Analytics for Mobile Apps Fuses with Appsee’s User Recording Technology

By |November 17th, 2016|Analytics, Integrations|

Practically every app in today’s mobile ecosystem is utilizing Google Analytics for gathering quantitative data on their app. When it comes to obtaining extensive, numerical insights on one’s app, Google Analytics sets the industry standard.

But what if it was possible to take the powerful, quantitative data and reporting capabilities from Google Analytics, and add an extra layer of Read more…

Qualitative Analytics: The Must Have Analytics According to the Latest Forrester Report

By |September 22nd, 2016|Analytics, Appsee Insights, Technology|

The most recent Forrester report covers the mobile analytics landscape and various vendors in the industry to help professionals pick the most suitable technology. It addresses the challenges in the industry and reviews the current companies. The report also emphasizes the importance of using multiple tools to give a more holistic analytics picture.

The report covers Read more…

Appsee is Live on Fabric by Twitter – Adds Powerful UX Analytics to the Developers’ Toolset

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By |December 8th, 2015|Analytics, Mobile UX, Product Launch|

We are pleased to announce that our leading UX Analytics SDK is officially live on Fabric by Twitter, the innovative developer toolset focused on tackling the variety of challenges that app developers encounter when creating an app. Fabric aims to expedite the SDK research process for developers by thoughtfully selecting the most fundamental and top-rated Read more…

Appsee Partners with Fabric to Help Developers Create the Best App Possible

By |October 21st, 2015|Analytics, Mobile UX, Product Launch|

The Appsee team is thrilled to announce our recent partnership with Fabric by Twitter, an innovative developer toolset focused on tackling the diverse challenges that app developers encounter.
Fabric Toolset – Effectively Build and Optimize your App
Earlier today, senior Twitter executive, Rich Paret, GM Developer Platform, commented regarding the important expansion of Fabric’s toolset:  “We’re excited Read more…