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I originally crated this app to solve the problems I encountered myself while learning the language. And it looks like many others who want to learn Japanese have the same problem, because since its launch in 2014, Nihongo has garnered a dedicated user base with around 20,000 monthly active users and 4,000 daily active users. These are:
I had long relied on Firebase for analytics, but concerns began to surface regarding the privacy implications associated with Google. Furthermore, the insights provided by Firebase often felt invasive. Analytics play a pivotal role in shaping our app's development and understanding user behaviors, making it vital to find a solution that both respects user privacy and offers actionable insights.
Privacy stands as a fundamental tenet in my approach. I firmly believe in the importance of gathering anonymous analytics data without compromising users' privacy or assisting in the creation of user profiles for advertisers. TelemetryDeck's commitment to privacy resonated with this principle.
I initially stumbled upon TelemetryDeck through the iOS developer community on Twitter. It wasn't long before I realized that TelemetryDeck outshone Firebase in terms of data responsiveness and the flexibility it offered in iterating on insights, which further solidified my decision to embrace it.
TelemetryDeck plays a vital role in my daily operations. It helps me determine when it's safe to discontinue support for older iOS versions, gain insights into user interactions with new features, identify the features that drive paid subscriptions, and understand user preferences for dictionary language and user interface. This data-driven approach empowers me to make informed decisions that enhance the app's performance and user experience.
Thanks to TelemetryDeck, I can confidently answer essential questions like:
I feel like TelemetryDeck is tailor-made for independent developers like me who place a high premium on user privacy while seeking robust analytics capabilities.