Apple Analytics

Apple’s TestFlight-based App Analytics service is now available to all registered iOS developers through the iTunes Connect interface. Apple recently made App Analytics available to select developers upon request (which were fulfilled in a short amount of time), but starting today all developers can access the service without the need for requesting access.

While the service is still labeled with the ‘beta’ disclaimer, Apple has started notifying developers via email of the new feature availability for everyone.

Last week we shared a first look at Apple’s App Analytics service including screenshots of what app data and usage is presented to developers. These metrics include how much time users are spending in apps, where apps are used, in-app purchase and install data including device breakdowns, and more.

App Analytics are included at no additional charge to developers aside from the $99/year developer membership fee, and iOS users must opt-in before giving developers access to anonymous analytic data.

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