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.
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: Userflow API Released Bring Apteligent Userflow data into your own dashboards or systems for customized analysis of user behavior within your apps. Access information... Read more
Next week, Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is being held in San Francisco. It’s always one of the most exciting events of the year in mobile as Apple unveils new hardware, software, and new stats about its traction in the marketplace. Here are five predictions for what we’ll hear Apple announce: 1. iOS 10... Read more
Our latest data report celebrates last month’s Google IO and focuses on the Android ecosystem. We’ve analyzed Android fragmentation (or lackthereof!), Google Fi device usage, crashes that are isolated to specific devices and operating systems, and Android TV vs Apple TV usage. We finish by telling you which device manufacturers are the quickest to push... Read more
Apteligent’s Network Insights enables you to monitor your app’s performance from the viewpoint of your user and the device in his or her hands. The Network Insights page tracks four main metrics to help you evaluate the performance of a service: latency, error rate, request volume, and data in/out. These metrics can be used to... Read more
Did you know Apteligent integrates with many of your favorite developer tools? One of our favorites is Slack, a cloud-based team collaboration tool. If your team uses Slack, you can configure Apteligent to automatically send messages to a Slack channel. Set up a webhook and start receiving messages when an Apteligent alert is triggered; for... Read more
In a previous post, I listed my top five predictions for Google IO. How did I do? I’m proud to say that three of the five predictions were spot on! Of the other two, one materialized in a slightly different form and the other didn’t quite pan out. Let’s dive into the five predictions and... Read more
To keep user experience consistent across apps, the major mobile platforms provide guidelines for app design. Both Google and Apple have documentation available, but they can be overwhelming for those new to app design. In part two of this series, I’ll break down these guidelines into a more digestible format. View the full article here.
In the first part of our Userflows best practices series, we talked about how to identify poor user experiences in a travel app by monitoring key flows like “Book a Flight” and “Search,” and measuring key KPIs such as “App Load Time” and “Search Success Rate.” In this article, we’ll discuss additional ways to customize... Read more
As media consumption on mobile devices has tied computer based browsing – and surpassed TV, media companies need to make their mobile offerings highly compelling. With millennials starting to flex their economic power the economic ramifications for media companies has never been greater. This mobile media infographic highlights some of the key findings from Apteligent’s custom research into... Read more
At this year’s Google IO we expect lots of exciting announcements, many of which involve new hardware. Also, for the first time in 10 years the event will be in Mountain View at the Shoreline Amphitheater. This outdoor venue should provide plenty of space for drones, large-scale VR demonstrations, and a concert. Here are our... Read more