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

Introducing Lumos, Apteligent’s Platform to Catch ‘Em All

In a previous article, Jeremiah explained the impact Niantic’s Pokémon Go had on our new platform. I’m going to give you a high level overview of that platform and talk about why we built it. In future articles, various members of the Apteligent Platform Team will pick up the narrative, presenting each subsystem, digging into the... Read more

August 21st, 2016 by in Blog, Engineering, Product

New Features for Developers in iOS 10

The next major update for Apple’s iOS is scheduled for release this fall, and public betas are currently available to developers and users alike. Most of the features generating buzz appeal to everyday users (just take a look at the new iMessage), but what new frameworks and features can your app take advantage of? We’ll... Read more

August 18th, 2016 by in Blog, Mobile Trends

Augmented Reality – The Third Wave of Mobility

Mobile technology has experienced two distinct development phases. We’re now heading into the third. In the first, as exemplified by Blackberry and Palm, smartphones were essentially dual purpose communications devices — cell phones on steroids. What made the “crackberry” so addictive at the time (and tolled the death knell for single purpose cell phones) was... Read more

August 16th, 2016 by in Blog, Company, Mobile Trends

Apteligent Data Report: Android Manufacturer Edition

In the quiet summer months leading up to the holiday shopping season, you’ll see us start to analyze data relevant to consumer mobile purchases. In this report, we analyze Android manufacturers and recommend which one will deliver the best user experience based on OS update speed and crash rate. Motorola pushes out Android updates the... Read more

August 15th, 2016 by in Data, Mobile Trends

The App Key Performance Indicators You Should Analyze, (But Maybe Don’t)

By Team Apteligent & Team Leanplum When it comes to your mobile app, there are core key performance indicators (KPIs) you should track for success — but probably don’t. To deliver great user experience, you need access to the top mobile marketing and analytics platforms out there. Apteligent has established itself as the leader in... Read more

August 12th, 2016 by in Blog, Company, Partner

Apteligent Product Updates August 5, 2016

Apteligent is continuously enhancing and updating its products through regular releases. While many optimizations were made to our infrastructure behind the scenes, there are several notable features from the latest sprint: SDK Culprits Apteligent now provides visibility around SDK performance and highlights SDK code in crash stack traces to give your team insight into any... Read more

August 5th, 2016 by in Blog, Product

New Developer Resources: Best Practices for Implementing Apteligent Parts 1 & 2

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

August 2nd, 2016 by in Blog, Company

New Feature: Identifying Culprit SDKs in Android and iOS Crashes

The average mobile app uses 15 SDKs. With all the third-party code that SDKs introduce in apps, it makes sense that mobile development organizations care about how these SDKs impact performance, stability, and user experience. Including multiple third-party frameworks can result in hours spent working through abstraction layers and dependency issues. Product managers must consider... Read more

July 27th, 2016 by in Blog, Company, Product

On Being an Apteligent Intern…

It was a cold spring morning when I left Toronto for San Francisco. The cocktail of excitement and anxiety almost made me forget that I was flying unaccompanied for the first time; I only realized it once my mother abandoned me at the security gate. I made it to my gate without hitch and sat... Read more

July 26th, 2016 by in Blog, Company

New Developer Resource: Life on the bleeding-edge: front-end architecture

In case you missed it, last week I talked about the difficulties we’ve been experiencing that led us to re-architect our web application. This week, I’ll discuss the front-end architecture we landed on, and talk about how we came to that decision. Read the full article in our Developer Resources section here.

July 25th, 2016 by in Blog, Engineering