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Simplify Your App Analytics with Custom Dashboards

Like many Flurry users, our goal is to deliver useful and meaningful experiences in our product. Based upon customer feedback and research, we are pleased to announce the initial release of customizable dashboards where you can now collect and group your most-used and relevant metrics. This is a step toward a more personalized Flurry experience where you can reorder, resize, and share data most relevant to your business and app development needs.

Flurry Analytics' Guidance for Apple’s Updated App Data Collection Policy

Apple is changing the information required to submit new apps and app updates to the app store effective December 8, 2020. The new submission process will give users transparency about app data usage via a new privacy details section of an app’s product page in the app store. This  “nutrition label” will also include data used by third-party partners integrated  into an app.

Will the iPhone 12 Convince Consumers to Replace Older iPhones?

When Apple launches its annual line-up of new iPhones each Fall, it creates a surge in device adoption that spans the holiday season. Since the 2017 launch of the completely reimagined iPhone X, improvements to subsequent phones have been incremental, offering gains mainly related to the chipset, camera and screen. Since then Apple has released the iPhone XS and XR variants, the iPhone 11 line up and the 2nd Generation iPhone SE. The iPhone 12, coupled with 5G support, seems poised for stronger than usual uptake.

How iOS 14 Negatively Impacts Ad Revenue for Mobile App Publishers

When Apple announced iOS 14, it outlined a new policy which requires app publishers to seek end user permission to access a user’s IDFA. While estimates on forecasted opt-in rates vary, the result is clear: the IDFA will become scarce. Among the implications for app developers, the most pressing is an expected large drop in advertising revenue. In this post, we’ll discuss how disabling the IDFA leads to a sizable drop in ad revenue.