This Objective-C SDK allows for integration of Flurry Analytics and iOS. This SDK supports Xcode 6, with an SDK for Xcode 5 available upon request. This SDK requires unique API Keys for each application and removal of exception handler when using Crash Analytics. There are reproducible steps that integrate with the following Flurry Analytics options: Sessions,Active Users,New Users, Session Length, Frequency of Use, Benchmarks, Page Views, Custom User Segments, Lifecycle Metrics, User Retention, Version Adoption, Cross-App Usage, Category Interests, Personas, Demographic Estimates, Time of Day Reporting, Geographic Usage, Language Metrics, Devices Carriers, and Firmware Versions.
Now with almost two years in operation, custom analytics cloud platform Keen IO believe they have both a strong analytics product for existing customers, and the potential to quickly move into emerging market domains in the years ahead. Their strategy? To win over developers first, and let the developers evangelize back to end customers. The company provides the Keen IO API to help businesses process information by defining each piece of data as an event that can be catalogued and analyzed.
VRTCAL today announced the release of its SDKs for Android and iOS mobile devices. The SDKs provide developers with quality control for mobile application ads — such as creative quality control filters — as well as an easy integration process, fluid mediation, and user engagement measurements.
W3C recently released the first draft of the Proximity Sensor API based on the Generic Sensor API specification. Researcher and W3C Invited Expert Lukasz Olejnik has raised privacy a few concerns regarding the W3C Proximity Sensor API, specifically that it could be used for user fingerprinting.