It's so good I love it, honestly I've been looking for an analytics tool for months and this is just perfect.
It was very easy to implement, i really enjoy using an app and not a website 💪🏼
👋 Hey, all! Just got my beta invite at 7:38 this morning, and sent my first signal within 30 minutes — easy!
Very nice work on TelemetryDeck, initial startup was a breeze, and I really liked your guide for setting up AppStore Privacy requirements as well
It's really unbelievably easy to emit metrics, super impressed!
By default, TelemetryDeck gives you detailed information about App Version, Device Type, Platform, and Distribution Mechanism. But that's just the start: You decide the signal types and the metadata payload for each signal, so you can include exactly the information you need to improve your app!
Each time you want to send a signal to TelemetryDeck, call one (non-blocking) function: App Start. User has switched the Settings to Pizza Mode. New Data Entered. And so on.
That's it! Lean back and see information fill your dashboard in TelemetryDeck's very nice (if I may say so) iOS and macOS app.
Before you can improve something, you first have to measure it. You have to know: What percentage of users open your app's upgrade screen? Where are the hurdles that prevent them from reaching a goal? How many people are using your new feature?
Once you have that information, you can play around with new ways to help your users reach their goals faster and more easily. You can optimize when and how you ask your users to upgrade. And you can watch live as new users are pouring into the screens for your cool new feature. So satisfying 🤩
With App Store analytics, the available information is kinda slim. Like, amount of downloads of your app, and how many people open them. Nothing more! And you'll only get this data about a day later.
With TelemetryDeck, you get signals about one second after the app has sent them. And you can get way more information too, like: Which features are your users actually using?
While other analytic packages are eager to scrape as much data off your users as possible, TelemetryDeck only communicates the data you need to find out how your users use your product.
User Identifiers are always hashed. This way you can recognize the same user when they reappear but never associate data with a specific person.