An online service for creating beautiful charts of any custom stat. StatHat is a great option if you don’t want all the features of a complete analytics service but just want visibility of what is happening with you app. StatHat provide drop-in libraries in 16 languages (including Objective-C) that lets you send stats with one line of code. The service has built-in 30 day forecasts and anomaly detection with alerts and email reports. It can also be integrated with Status Board and Campfire and they provide an iPhone app that lets you view all your stats and get push alerts sent to your iPhone. […]
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An analytics tool that lets you send data to over 80 different third-party services with one drop-in SDK. Instead of adding separate libraries for Flurry, Google Analytics, etc., Segment.io provides a single library to collect your app data, and an online dashboard where you can enable the third-party services you want. You can add new services instantly, even ones without their own mobile SDK, without having to update your app, and you can export your data at any time in a clean, non-schematized format. […]
An analytics and marketing platform for mobile and web apps. Localytics provides all the real-time analytics features you’d expect including screenflow, sessions, events, user segmentation and engagement analytics, but the selling point is that this data can be used to inform your app marketing. Marketing features include push notifications, A/B testing, personalised in-app messaging and acquisition management to discover how people are finding your app. The monthly price is quite high for independent developers but the free tier includes up to 10,000 active users and 1 million monthly data points. […]
A visual app analytics platform. Appsee provides all the typical analytics features and crash reporting but adds some really clever visual features such as user recordings and touch heatmaps. It might be a little pricy for independent developers but it definitely is very clever. […]
Probably the most widely used mobile analytics service. Using their mobile SDKs you can log all sorts of data about sessions and users including custom timed events and crashes. They also offer services to help you monetise your app with ads and find a bigger audience. […]