Mobile app analytics: What winning mobile developers use (webinar)


Join us for this live webinar on Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 10 a.m. Pacific, 1 p.m. Eastern. Register here for free. 

What KPIs matter, what KPIs don’t … and how can you tell the difference? That’s just one of the questions we’ll be answering in a free webinar next week.

We studied 1.8 million apps, looking for the SDKs they use and the analytics solutions they include, and then correlated that to how popular those apps are, what ratings those apps received, and how revenue they generate. That includes massive revenue leaders like Class of Clans and Big Fish Casino, as well as Game of War: Fire Age and Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.

In addition, we asked 230 app publishers with over 250 million active users what works best for them.

The results are completely revealed in our $499 12,000 word, 50-plus page Mobile App Analytics report. But you can get the most critical results — for free — in our webinar.

What you’ll learn in the webinar:

And, more, of course. …

Sign up for the webinar here.

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