You can measure an Android app by instrumenting it with the Webtrends Mobile Library for Android.
You can also extend the Android Analytics 10 space to include external
data from Google Play.
To learn about how to instrument your Android app, see Mobile Library for Android documentation.
Tip: As a security best practice, you might want to connect to Google Play
using a separate Google user account that has access to your Android Developer Console. This
gives an Android App space access to your application's metrics without using account
credentials that many be tied to other Google services, such as Gmail, Google Calendar, and
Real-time data reporting is not available for your Google app data downloaded from
Google Play as it may lag by a few days. Google data shown in Analytics 10
also may be less recent
than data shown in your Google developer account. For information about real-time reporting,
see Understanding Real-Time Data
On the account dashboard, click the + button.
Click Android App.
Select the Android developer account you want to use.
- If you do not have an Android developer account or if your app is not in Google
Play yet, click Skip this, my app is not in Google Play.
- If you already have Android App spaces with Google Play connections, they are
listed and you can click the Android account name to create a new space using the
- If you do not see your Android developer account listed, click
Add, provide your account information and then click
Enter the name of your app. Be specific, particularly if your app has different versions
like a development version and a production version.
Select a time zone to determine the end of the day for reporting purposes.
Click Choose to upload an image to represent your app.
On the success dialog, click Download the SDK to get the Webtrends Mobile Library,
customized with the DCSID for your space. If you're not a developer,
click Send Download Instructions to send instructions to the person
who will instrument your app with the measurement code.
For more information about capturing event data on your Android space, see Webtrends Mobile Library for
In addition, Google publishes Google Play for Developers Documentation.