Insights to Action

Apteligent delivers actionable, data-driven, yet simple ways to understand the issues that are impacting user experience and business results on iOS and Android.

Unveiling Updated User Flows

User Flows allows mobile business owners to understand what might be affecting the most critical interactions in their applications so they can prioritize the issues their development team should work on. The level of diagnostics information available for each flow makes it easy for development teams to resolve these problems. User Flows have been widely... Read more

March 23rd, 2017 by in Blog, Company, Product

Announcing Release Planner & App Release Console 2.0

Launching a new app version or a new app altogether carries high stakes, so it’s important to establish processes that mitigate risk and maximize benefit around new versions of your app. We’re excited to announce the public availability of two new capabilities that several of our large customers have been using in beta to make their app launches successful. Data-driven but hungry... Read more

February 28th, 2017 by in Blog, Data, Product

New Developer Resource: Best Practices for Implementing Apteligent Part 7

We recently released a paper highlighting seven of the best practices collected from some of Apteligent’s most savvy and successful customers. These best practices encompass both tracking progress over time (week-over-week, across app versions), as well as applying repeatable processes to every sprint and release of an app. Applying these best practices repeatedly over weeks and months... Read more

February 27th, 2017 by in Blog

Data Report: Geographic Analysis Edition

Ahead of Mobile World Congress 2017, Apteligent has uncovered unique global mobility trends that impact enterprises responsible for mobile apps, device manufacturers, and wireless operators. Our crash and churn report first quantified the correlation between mobile app crashes and increased churn rates. This report dives deeper and analyzes the extent to which the performance-engagement relationship... Read more

February 23rd, 2017 by in Blog, Company, Data

Apteligent Becomes an FbStart Partner to Deliver Mobile App Intelligence to Developers

We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve been selected to join Facebook’s FbStart program. Our software will now be free or highly discounted to thousands of app developers across the globe. Program members receive up to $3,600 in credits towards our JumpStart plan to boost their mobile businesses. FbStart is a global startup accelerator program from... Read more

February 15th, 2017 by in Blog

Announcing UI Hangs and OoM Faults for iOS

As a product manager, your data-driven approach is key to understanding why users aren’t completing each step of your funnel. Your app’s heartbeat is the ongoing measurement of three data sets: app performance, user behavior, and business results. Today, we are pleased to announce that Apteligent now automatically collects two performance events that can affect... Read more

February 13th, 2017 by in Blog, Company, Product

New Developer Resource: Lambda Architecture on Lumos

In a previous blog post, we wrote about the portion of the new Lumos architecture that is built using the Lambda Architecture pattern. This time, I decided to dive a bit deeper into what that looks like. This article will go over what tools we use for aggregating all the app load data we get... Read more

February 8th, 2017 by in Blog

Thoughts on Employing SKStoreReviewController Intelligently

Apple’s Documentation reveals that iOS 10.3 will include a new API to help mobile teams and developers better manage their app ratings and reviews. Specifically, the update enables developers to ask users to leave a rating and review without leaving the app. Apple has also announced that developers will be able to respond to reviews... Read more

January 26th, 2017 by in Blog

The Single Biggest Blind Spot for Mobile Product Managers

Over the years, the mobility landscape has matured. Major players separately emerged in the usual categories: tools directed at marketers, developers, and analysts. These product silos emerged as a holdover from the web where there was a clean separation between marketing tools, backend server performance, and business analytics. The issue is that mobile doesn’t have... Read more

January 18th, 2017 by in Blog

Global App Loads: A Simple Visualization

The persistence of certain trends in business analysis can be both head-scratching and impressive. At one point, I was a business analyst. I can remember lively conversations with vendors filled with demands for features like reporting and CSV formatting, so that I could quickly transform and visualize data. It hardly merits pointing out that the... Read more

January 11th, 2017 by in Blog, Company, Data



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