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PaddyO
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07/21/14 10:16 PM (8 years ago)

Tracking 'clicks' on a map or list

Hi all, Back into BT after some time away (no, not jail, just a whopping big holiday!)... and slooooowly getting my neurons firing again. I'm wondering if there's a way to keep track of things that happen inside the app when users are, um, using it? Basically if I have a store that is listed in my dbase and it's a clickable point on my map, or an entry on a list view, I want to be able to say to the shopkeeper "Hey, 23 people have looked at your store this week!". Can I do that? (I guess the same question applies to links within the app, links that take you out, and any other 'clickable' action.) - And if I'm in the wrong "tracking" thread, please say so. :) Cheers Paddy
 
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07/21/14 10:33 PM (8 years ago)
ha, Hey great to see you back! There are some sdk im aware of that can do this. Flurry analytics,google mobile analytics,and I think App Annie has some kind of analytics program. Those are the ones Ive heard of
 
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07/22/14 08:52 AM (8 years ago)
I have used Flurry in the past. Flurry.com Mike
 
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07/22/14 04:27 PM (8 years ago)
Flurry just got bought by Yahoo. They are either doing something very right or Yahoo are about to kill it. I believe the former.
 
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07/22/14 11:49 PM (8 years ago)
Thanks folks, you got me pointed where I need to go! Cheers Paddy.
 
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07/23/14 01:01 AM (8 years ago)
I think you can use Parse now for that sort of analytics.
 

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