Google Play is launching its new console on November 2nd, 2020. With the new update, Google Play will deprecate user acquisition reports. These metrics will not be available in the new console. In the meantime, AppTweak is working on a new way to fetch this data in our Analytics tab!
Why should you integrate your console on AppTweak?
NOTE: AppTweak fetches this data via the Google Play Exports. Google tends to update these exports only on a monthly basis. Therefore it is possible that you don't see the data for the last few days.
1. Your app's actual downloads in one place
You can take a look at the Total Downloads and Average Daily Downloads based on the date range you have chosen.
NOTE: these are the Daily Device Installs from Google Play Console's Statistics report.
2. View your app’s spread of impressions, page views, and installs per channel in a given country
This section details the spread of impressions, page views, and installs your app is receiving from each channel:
- Play Store Organic
- Google Search Organic
- Third-Party Referrers
- Google Ads
- Tracked Channels UTM
3. Quickly spot in which countries your app receives most downloads or revenue
There is also a World Map view where you can identify all of the downloads your app receives in the 70+ countries available on AppTweak.
4. Monitor Conversion Rates
Monitor your app's conversion rate overtime.
5. Analyze your Retention rates
The Retention rate is broken down to 1-day, 7-day, 15-day, and 30-day.
In this graph, we will show you the percentage of users that kept the app on at least one of their devices after 1, 7, 15, and 30 days among all the users that downloaded the app initially.