Android Developers Finally Get Analytics In Their App-Building Console

first_imgRelated Posts Google just took another step in its mission to give Android developers better tools to analyze and monetize their apps.The company has officially announced that it has integrated Google Analytics into its Google Play Developer Console for Android developers. Google had said that Analytics was coming to the Developer Console at its I/O conference in May this year. See also: Making Android Pay: 5 Tips To Topping The Charts On Google PlayAndroid developers can now download the Google Analytics software developer kit (SDK) and place it into an app and upload it to the Google Play Store. The Analytics SDK is also available for iOS apps.Google Analytics for the Developer Console has four main aspects:Google Play Referral Flow: Helps developers figure out where Google Play traffic is coming from (search, marketing campaigns, blogs or media articles etc.). This feature helps marketers figure out how successful their campaigns are and where the best traffic comes from.  What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … The goal for Google is to show not just the raw number of views and downloads, but also how much people have engaged with the app and what version of Android they are using. With the Analytics SDK, developers can know what Android API Level their users are employing. This is beneficial information for developers that need to know how many people are using older versions of Android, such as versions 2.3.7 Gingerbread that may not have certain capabilities that are in newer versions of the operating system. Google employs “flow visualization” in Analytics to show how a user got to the app and what actions they took within the app.  Views in Google Play: Referral Flow shows how many people have viewed the app in Google Play.Installs: Once figuring out where the traffic came from through the Referral Flow, Analytics tracks users that actually clicked and downloaded the app through Google Play. New Users: Goes beyond the straight download numbers to show people that have opened the app and begun to use it and become “Active Users.” Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagementcenter_img Tags:#analytics#Android#app development#Google Play dan rowinski Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technologylast_img read more

10 months ago​Robertson deflects praise to Liverpool teammate Clyne

first_img​Robertson deflects praise to Liverpool teammate Clyneby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool full back Andy Robertson is not one to have an inflated ego.And despite praise from then Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho after Liverpool’s 3-1 win over the Red Devils, Roberston was in a graceful mood.He preferred to talk up his teammates for their impressive performances in the league win.He said of Mourinho’s comments after the game that he ran all day: “It is just part and parcel of my game, I will keep on going until the end.”I got a bit of space, particularly second half and the gaffer is always banging on to me and Trent, more so this season, that we have to be more involved and I was just tried to do that.”Special mention goes to Clyney today, being out for so long and my God, he done brilliant. He has had his struggles with injury but he put in a first-class performance and that just sums up our squad at the minute.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

10 months ago​Lovren insists Liverpool feel no pressure

first_imgAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say ​Lovren insists Liverpool feel no pressureby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool defender Dejan Lovren does not believe pressure is an issue for the Reds.It is the best chance the club have experienced to win the Premier League in a long time.They are now six points ahead of Tottenham and seven up on champions Manchester City.But Lovren believes no one is under pressure in the Reds dressing room, as they are only concerned about performing in the next game.”It’s only about us and that’s how we should do it always. We learn from these previous seasons,” the defender said to the club’s official website.”There’s no pressure. In the previous years, yes, but now when you look in the dressing room, when you go into Melwood in the morning, everybody is happy, nobody talks about anything other than the next game.”We can’t talk about something that will happen in five or six months. We go game by game and we will see where we finish. “For us, every game is a final. It’s good to hear all these positive words but we don’t live on these positive words, we live on winning games.” last_img read more

10 months agoMan Utd boss Solskjaer delighted with Rashford, Lukaku for Bournemouth rout

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man Utd boss Solskjaer delighted with Rashford, Lukaku for Bournemouth routby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was delighted with his goalscorers for victory over Bournemouth.A cavalier display in the first half at Old Trafford saw United score three times, with Paul Pogba netting his second double in successive matches and Marcus Rashford grabbing the other.Solskjaer’s side conceded their third goal in as many games when Nathan Ake headed in before substitute Romelu Lukaku fired home a fourth.The manager said, “I think Marcus has been different class since I have come in. He has scored two goals now in three games. His work rate is unbelievable. He closes down, chases, runs in behind and his skill for the first goal for Paul today was [brilliant]. The first thing is he holds up the ball up and hasn’t got the right to go past the first defender, but then to go past the second defender… he has got all the potential in the world to be a top, top striker.”On Lukaku, he also stated: “He is a good, good target man, but if you tell him to be a target man he will never face the goal. Today he was side on, so he could go in behind or go towards the ball and he has got the attributes of a top striker, but we need to work on his fitness because he has had a few days off, but I am delighted for him even though he was half a yard offside, but it was still a good finish.” last_img read more

22 days agoLeicester boss Rodgers: Henderson suspension cost Liverpool title

first_imgAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Leicester boss Rodgers: Henderson suspension cost Liverpool titleby Freddie Taylor22 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLeicester City boss Brendan Rodgers has suggested it was Jordan Henderson’s suspension and not a slip from Steven Gerrard that cost Liverpool the 2013/14 Premier League title.Rodgers’ Liverpool side won 12 of their last 14 Premier League games at the end of the 2013-14 season.But a loss to Chelsea – in which the infamous Gerrard slip occurred – and a draw at Crystal Palace saw Manchester City claim the title.Speaking ahead of a reunion with his former club this weekend, Rodgers says it was the loss of Henderson which caused them to drop points.”The story that went unnoticed was Jordan [Henderson] was unavailable for three of the last four games because of a last-minute sending off against City,'” he told The Telegraph.”He was a huge miss for us that day (against Chelsea). “But as time goes on and you see the images and you realise how well we played that season so I don’t lose sleep about it.” last_img read more

Quebec to spend heavily to boost digital services throughout the province

first_imgQUEBEC – The Quebec government launched the province’s first digital strategy Wednesday, announcing $1.5 billion over five years to boost the level of internet-based services throughout the province and to help make Quebecers more computer literate.Quebec’s plan includes giving every citizen access to high-speed internet, regardless of where they live, and fully digitalizing all patient health records and have them available online.Premier Philippe Couillard told reporters after his announcement that from now on, Quebec needs to “think, act and interact” differently.Economy Minister Dominique Anglade was present during the announcement and said an additional goal of the strategy is to make Quebec a world leader with regard to information technology training.“At a very high level, the message is we want to make sure Quebec is a leader in terms of digital strategy and digital transformation,” she said.Couillard said his government’s initiative will be positive for all Quebecers, whether they are regular citizens, bureaucrats in government or entrepreneurs.“It is not a luxury, it is not an option, it’s a necessity to elevate Quebec to the same level as other industrialized societies with regards to the adoption of digital technologies,” he said.“It is really the sign of the new world, of a new society that is emerging around us.”Part of the strategy calls on schools and municipalities to increase their digital presence.“It is no longer science fiction to think our children will be trained on how to code,” Couillard said. “Students will take part in activities involving robotics from the time they are very young.”The plan also offers measures to help entrepreneurs with information technologies.About 1,700 small- and medium-size businesses will have access to subsidies for digital projects.The strategy follows widespread public consultation and its implementation will be overseen by a new digital council.One-third of the $1.5 billion outlined had already been announced.Couillard also discussed his plan to give Quebecers access to their medical records online.He played down suggestions the focus on the digital world is a security risk to patient confidentiality.Couillard said having the proper technology is more secure than a paper-driven health system.“There is an illusion that the current way of things is better in terms of security,”he said. “It is not. Having a pile of paper on a desk that can be picked up by anyone is hardly something that is secure.“So with the proper technology and the proper way of doing things, we can reach a much higher level of security than is present today.”Many details of the government’s digital initiatives still need to be released.last_img read more

Rs 1 crore in cash seized in Asansol two arrested

first_imgKolkata: Two persons, one of whom claimed he was a personal assistant of West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh, were arrested from Asansol railway station on Monday, following the seizure of unaccounted cash amounting to Rs 1 crore from their possession, railway police sources said. Gautam Chattopadhyaya and Lakshmikant Shaw were intercepted by the railway police at Asansol station, when they were trying to board a train to Kolkata, they said. Chattopadhyay, after his arrest, said he worked as an assistant to Ghosh. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja “They were carrying a huge bag with them and were moving suspiciously at Asansol station when the officers spotted them. When we searched the bag, we found cash amounting to Rs 1 crore,” they said. During interrogation, both admitted that they were taking the cash to Kolkata, the sources added. A couple of days ago, the state police had seized over Rs 1 lakh from BJP’s Ghatal candidate and former IPS officer Bharati Ghosh’s vehicle.last_img read more

Brazilian Press Highlights Rajas Victory against Atletico Mineiro

first_imgCasablanca – Raja’s qualification for the final of the World Club Cup after recently defeating Brazilian club, Atletico Mineiro, 3-1 stirred an atmosphere of historical I celebration in Morocco. The green club’s remarkable performance during this match and its triumph at the end were also highlighted in the Brazilian press, which, in turn, did not hesitate to laud Raja’s great performance.On Raja’s remarkable performance in its match versus Atletico Mineiro, the Brazilian daily Vija wrote,“Atletico Mineiro could simply not stand up against Raja. They could not pierce Raja’s strong defense and were unable to launch successful counterattacks against them.” Terra Brasil, another Brazilian news outlet, shed light on “Mouhcine Iajour’s fatal counterattack,” in contrast to “Atletico Mineiro’s few and unsuccessful attempts to score more goals against Raja.”For its part, Brazilian newspaper A Trade shared the reaction of Atletico Mineiro’s coach, Alexandre Kalil. “We did not give a good performance,” he confessed, “We assume all the responsibility for our failure.”Diario Cuiaba, another Brazilian news source, saw Raja’s victory against Atletico Mineiro as “a humiliation” for the Brazilian club.Jornal do Brasil, for its part, chose to highlight Raja’s remarkable match against Atletico Mineiro from a different vantage point. The newspaper highlighted the cheering and enthusiasm expressed by Raja’s supporters outside the stadium, instead of the dashed hopes of Atletico Mineiro’s supporters after the defeat of their club.Brazilian Vija also reported Brazilian player Ronaldinho’s impressions on the match as well as its aftermath. The superstar said he was disappointed with his club’s performance during the match against Raja. Ronaldinho also referred to the incident that took place a few minutes after the end of the match, when a number of Raja players and fans forced him to take off his shoes.The resignation of Atletico Mineiro’s coach after his club’s defeat against Raja could not pass unnoticed. Some news outlets saw in this a graphic illustration of the acute disappointment felt by all members of Brazilian club as well as their supporters.On the other hand, other news outlets and media focussed on the World Club Cup’s final match, which will pit Raja against Bayern Munich, on Saturday 21, in Marrakech. Many Raja supporters have deemed this match “an honorable opportunity in itself, and one of the matches that illustrate the green club’s celebrated internationality.” Edited by Elisabeth Myerslast_img read more

Walker makes most of senior season

Senior Andrea Walker has seen it all in her four years playing basketball at Ohio State, but this season has been her most productive yet.Walker has already matched or surpassed her highest career output in rebounds, points and assists with six games still remaining, but her stat line won’t be compared with the best players in the nation.Walker has played backup to two of the best centers in OSU history while on the team: Jessica Davenport and junior Jantel Lavender.“I don’t really care about minutes. As long as our team is winning, I’m happy here,” Walker said. “I think that I’ve gotten better playing against the best centers.”Walker’s 6-foot-5-inch frame allows her to dominate smaller players while on the floor, but it also helps her to push Lavender to the brink in practice to help her get better. Sometimes, it can become a little more than just a practice.“I think there have been days where me and [Walker] get really physical. We get mad at each other sometimes,” Lavender said. “I think we make each other better everyday … because we always play each other hard.”Walker also has to play the role of senior, one of only four on the team, to help get OSU through the tough times of the season, like the past couple weeks.She does so not only with her words, but also her play, as she recorded 28 minutes and 15 points, her highest totals of the season, in OSU’s 67-62 loss to Indiana on Jan. 31.Walker has really been part of the rise of OSU women’s basketball. Since her freshman year, OSU has had 100 wins and 19 losses and has made the NCAA Tournament each year. Her freshman and sophomore years, OSU was ousted in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, but in her junior year they advanced to the Sweet 16.Although she doesn’t make headlines, her team feels that people don’t understand how good she really is.“I think people don’t give her enough praise and attention. I think she’s long and can block shots,” Lavender said. “People don’t give her enough attention as far as recognizing her abilities to defend the post and alter people’s shots. She can score in the post just as well as anybody.”Walker has had better averages in almost every statistical category since starting Big Ten play, one of only a few players on the team to do so.The Buckeyes will need her production to continue as they enter a tough stretch in their schedule over the next five games when they face Purdue, Wisconsin and Michigan State. OSU lost to Purdue once already and didn’t put away Wisconsin or Michigan State until late in the game when they last played. read more