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View app performance statistics

You can view statistics for individual apps using the Google Play Developer Console web version or app.

Find & review app statistics

Find your data

  1. Sign in to your Google Play Developer Console.
  2. Click All applications All applications.
  3. Select an app.
  4. On the left menu, click Statistics or Dashboard. 
    • ​​​From the Dashboard page, click View details to get more information about a specific metric. 

Data available on your app's dashboard

Metric Update frequency Time zone Definition Notes
Installs & uninstalls

Daily

PST

See installs by user, uninstalls by user, & installs on active devices

To see your app's upgrade data, click View details on an install or uninstall card.

Ratings Daily PST See daily average rating  
Revenue Daily UTC See revenue & average revenue by user

You can view financial data if you have the "View financial information" permission.

Crashes Daily PST See daily crashes Learn how to see real time data for crashes & ANRs.
Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM)  Daily PST  See FCM messages & registrations Available if FCM is set up and linked on an app's Services & APIs page. 

View detailed reports

Using the Statistics page, you can view your statistics using different breakdowns to better understand your app's performance. From your app's Dashboard page, click View details on a card to view the following detailed reports and metrics. 

  • Daily reports: Find immediate feedback about recent events.
  • Current, total, & cumulative reports: Get a broader view of your current users, devices, and ratings. Current, total, and cumulative reports also account for app re-installations, data received after a daily report has been generated, and inactive devices.
Install-related statistics

By device

  • Installs on active devices: How many devices that have been online at least once in the past 30 days have your app installed
  • Daily installs by device: Devices which installed the app for the first time in the past day
  • Daily uninstalls by device: Devices which uninstalled the app in the past day
  • Daily upgrades by device: Devices upgraded from an older version to the latest version of the app in the past day

By user

  • Total installs by user: Total number of unique users who have ever installed this app on one or more of their devices. Only one install is counted per user, regardless of how many different devices they installed it on. Includes users who uninstalled the app later.
  • Installs by user: Unique users who installed the app on one or more of their devices for the first time in the time period selected
  • Uninstalls by user: Unique users who uninstalled the app from all of their devices in the time period selected
  • Installs by user (top countries): Unique users per country who installed the app on one or more of their devices for the first time in the time period selected

Ratings
  • Average rating: Average star rating this app received across all ratings submitted
  • Ratings volume: Number of ratings submitted
  • Cumulative average rating: Average star rating this app received across all ratings submitted up to and including the past day. For each user submitting a rating, only their most recent rating of the app is counted.

Tip: To see individual star ratings and reviews for your app, go to your Ratings & Reviews page.

Revenue
  • Revenue: Total revenue for the time period selected, including any applicable sales, in-app products, and subscriptions. Revenue data is based on estimated sales (amounts paid by buyers, including tax).
  • Average revenue by user: Total revenue divided by the number of paying customers.

For more details on your app's revenue and financial data, go to review your app's revenue & buyer data.

Crashes & application not responding errors (ANRs)

If your app crashes or stops responding, users can send in bug reports or let you know about the problem using the dialog that appears on their device.

  • Daily Crashes: Crash reports received in the past day. The number of individual crashes reported in the 'Crash Details' section is limited to the top 500 by number of occurrences.
  • Daily ANRs: Application not responding (ANR) reports received in the past day. The number of individual ANRs reported in the 'ANR Details' section is limited to the top 500 by number of occurrences.
Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM)

Note: These reports are only available if FCM is set up and linked on an app's Services & APIs page.

  • FCM messages: FCM messages sent to the app in the past day
  • FCM registrations: FCM registrations requests received from the app in the past day

Analyze your data with dimensions

To help you organize, segment, and analyze your data, you can organize and view a report using an available dimension.

Available dimensions
  • Android Version: Android OS version reported from the user's device
  • Device: Users' device Marketing Name and Device Name (e.g. Google Nexus 7/Flo)
  • Country: Users' country
  • Language: Users' Android OS language setting
  • Tablet: Data on tablet devices (includes 7-9" tablets and 10"+ tablets)
  • Carrier: Users' wireless carrier (when applicable)
  • App Version: Version of your app
    • To view your app versions by distribution channels (including alpha, beta, and staged rollouts), select the channel from the top of the table.
    • A label will be added to any alpha or beta versions currently being distributed, as well as versions that weren't promoted to production. Once a version is promoted to production, this label is removed. You can still see this version in the list.
Displayed data

When you select a dimension, your data will be shown in the following ways:

  • A table: When you check items in your table (e.g. individual versions of Android), the data for that row appears in your charts. Click the checkboxes next to other rows to compare data points.
  • A stacked area chart: The amount of area covered by each color shows the actual value for each selection. Each point shouldn't be measured from 0; it's a difference from the point below it.
  • A pie chart: Your pie chart shows how each data point contributes to the total for a given dimension. Next to your pie chart, you can compare your app's metrics to other apps in the same category on Google Play (when available).

Note: In some cases, similar values of the metrics are grouped together, such as minor versions of Android.

Download reports from Google Cloud Storage

You can access and download reports as CSV files from Google Cloud Storage. Reports are generated daily and accumulated in monthly CSV files.

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