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[GA4] Tech details report

The Tech details report is a pre-made detail report that helps you identify the technology people use to access your website or app, including their browser, screen resolution, app version, and operating system.

Note: This article describes the default report. You can customize the report by applying filters or comparisons or by changing the dimensions, metrics, or charts. Learn more

View the report

  1. Open the Google Analytics mobile app.
  2. From the top left, tap Menu.
  3. In the Reports section, tap Tech.
  4. Open the Tech details tab.

Note: If you don't see the report and you are an Editor or Administrator, you can add the report using a desktop device.

Dimensions in the report

The report includes the following dimensions. If you are an Editor or Administrator, you can add or remove dimensions in the report.

Dimension What it is How it's populated
App version The mobile app's versionName (Android) or short bundle version (iOS). This dimension is populated automatically.
Browser The browser from which user activity originated. Typical browsers include 'Chrome', 'Edge', 'Firefox', 'Internet Explorer', 'Opera', and 'Safari'. This dimension is populated automatically.
Device category The type of device from which user activity originated. Device categories include 'desktop', 'mobile', and 'tablet'. This dimension is populated automatically.
Device model The device model name (e.g., iPhone 5s, SM-J500M). This dimension is populated automatically.
Operating system The operating system used by visitors on your website or application (e.g., Android, Chrome OS, iOS, Windows) This dimension is populated automatically.
OS version The operating system version used by visitors on your website or application. (e.g., '9.3.2', '5.1.1'). This dimension is populated automatically.
OS with version The operating system and version used by visitors on your website or application. This dimension is populated automatically.
Platform The method by which users accessed your website or application. Platforms include 'Android', 'iOS', and 'Web'. This dimension is populated automatically.
Platform / device category

Platform is the method by which users accessed your website or application. Platforms include 'Android', 'iOS', and 'Web'.

Device category is the type of device from which user activity originated. Device categories include 'desktop', 'mobile', and 'tablet'.

This dimension is populated automatically.
Screen resolution The width and height (in pixels) of the screen from which user activity originates. Examples include '1920x1080', '1440x900', and '1366x768'. This dimension is populated automatically.

Metrics in the report

The report includes the following metrics. If you are an Editor or Administrator, you can add or remove metrics in the report.

Metric What it is How it's populated
Average engagement time

The average time that your website was in focus in a user's browser or an app was in the foreground of a user's device.

Average engagement time = total user engagement durations / number of active users

This metric is populated automatically.
key events The number of times users triggered a key event. Populate this metric by marking an event as a key event.
Engaged sessions

The number of sessions that lasted 10 seconds or longer, or had 1 or more key events or 2 or more page or screen views.

This metric is populated automatically.
Engaged sessions per user

The average number of engaged sessions per user.

Engaged sessions is the number of sessions that lasted 10 seconds or longer, or had 1 or more key events or 2 or more page or screen views.

This metric is populated automatically.
Engagement rate

The percentage of sessions that were engaged sessions.

Engagement rate = engaged sessions / total sessions

This metric is populated automatically.
Event count The number of times users triggered an event. This metric is populated automatically.
New users

The number of new unique user IDs that logged the first_open or first_visit event.

The metric allows you to measure the number of users who interacted with your site or launched your app for the first time.

This metric is populated automatically.
Users

The number of distinct users who visited your website or application. A user is any user who has an engaged session or when Analytics collects:

This metric is populated automatically.
 

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