We’ve made a big improvement to your project overview dashboard this week. Now when you log in, you’ll find a quick overview of important stats for your app. This update also includes a nice facelift for your project overview, and some new information about your app we weren’t showing before.
Here’s how it looks, and how you can use this information to understand how your app’s performing.
First up, you’ll see a section for “Screens”. This will give you a quick idea of how big your app is.
Next, you’ll see “Installs”. This is a count of how many users have opened your app using sharelinks, or by downloading your app from the App Store or Google Play.
“Bandwidth” is a stat that will start updating every day, once your app has been published in app stores. This will show you how much traffic your app is generating.
“Storage Used” will show you how big your app project is. This will show you the total size of your assets, snapshots, and app project.
“App Size” is another stat that will start updating once your app is live in the App Store or Google Play (much like Bandwidth). The number displayed will be an average between the size of your IPA file (iOS apps) and/or APK file (for Android apps) as well as any snapshots of your app.
Our longterm goal is to make your project overview a better way to quickly understand how your app is performing. We’ve got some ideas cooking for improving app analytics, and if you’ve got a request, we’d love to hear it.
Do you have something you’d like to see on your project overview? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us how we can make your project overview more useful.