View app statistics

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

Find & review your app's data

Available reports

There are several pages within the Play Console where you can review your app's installs, uninstalls, ratings, revenue, and crashes data.

  • Dashboard page: Overview of key metrics, trends, notifications, and insights
  • Statistics page: Customizable, detailed reports with key metrics and dimensions 

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Dashboard

To view your app's dashboard: 

  1. Sign in to your Play Console.
  2. Select an app.
  3. On the left menu, click Dashboard. You'll see different sections with cards that show your app's recent performance data and key insights by set time periods.
    • Near the top right of each section, you can click the expand and collapse icons to see more information about what matters most to you.
    • Many sections have links next to their titles that’ll take you to relevant, detailed reports.
    • On most cards, you get more information by clicking a link near the bottom right of the card.

Note: For details on a specific metric, hover over the question mark icon .

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Statistics page

To better understand your app's performance, you can use the Statistics page to compare metrics, select custom date ranges, and view data by dimensions. You can also compare growth rate metrics with peer groups on Google Play to understand how your app is performing.

You can also compare growth rate metrics with peer groups on Google Play to understand how your app is performing.

Note: As of July 2019, we made major updates to our metrics to make your stats more comprehensive and useful. You can find out more about these updates on the Android Developers site.

Tip: The updated metrics may have affected the way you set up and understand your reports. We recommend you take the time to understand the changes so that you can configure the metrics to generate reports that are compatible with your previous data.

Set up your report

  1. Sign in to your Play Console.
  2. Select an app.
  3. On the left menu, click Statistics.
  4. At the top-right of your screen, select the date range you want to view.
    • ​To compare data from two date ranges, move the "Compare" switch to the right until it turns blue, and then select a second date range.
  5. In the “Configure report” section, select the metric you want to view using the blue down arrow.
    • Note: Some metrics have tertiary options. For example, you can configure User acquisitions to show new users, returning users, or all users.
  6. Define how the metric is calculated and displayed (your chosen metric will determine what options are available to you):
    • Use Event type to specify what you want to calculate: 
      • All events: Every instance of an event, such as every time your app is installed.
      • Unique: The number of unique users or devices that experience an event, such as the number of unique devices that install your app.
        • Note: Unique is only available for acquisition and churn metrics when you select weekly or longer intervals.
           
    • Use Metric calculation to specify how you’d like the data to be calculated: 
      • Per interval: The data collected in each time interval, such as the number of first-time installers each month.
      • 30-day rolling average: The average from the data collected over the preceding 30 days.
         
    • Use Time intervals to specify the intervals you’d like to aggregate data over:
      • Hourly (only available for periods of 30 days or fewer)
      • Daily
      • Calendar Weekly
      • Calendar Monthly
      • Quarterly
        • Note: Longer intervals will become available for some metrics as data becomes available over time.
  7. If you want to plot a second metric to compare to the first, click Add a metric. You can configure your second second metric as described above.
  8. Select the down arrow to choose the dimensions you want to apply, such as countries or Android versions, to display on the chart displayed below your selections.
  9. If you want to plot a subset of a dimension such as a specific version of Android or country, click Add.

Select your dimensions

After you set up your report, a table and chart are displayed that show your app's data for the time period that you select. To view detailed data by day, select a date on the chart.

Here are the dimensions available on your Statistics page:

  • Android Version: Android OS version reported from the user's device
  • Device: User's device Marketing Name and Device Name (for example, Google Nexus 7/Flo)
  • Country: User's country
  • Language: User's Android OS language setting
  • Carrier: User's wireless carrier (when applicable)
  • Channel: How users launch your instant app
    • When viewing channel data, “Try Now” refers to the button that launches your instant app from your store listing.
  • 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.
    • There will be a label on 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, the label is removed. You can still see this version in the list.

Save & view quick reports

If you set up a report with metrics and dimensions that you want to reuse later, you can save your report settings by selecting Save to quick reports under the report’s date range.

After you add a title and save your quick report, you can view your quick reports by selecting Quick reports > Saved reports near the top of the page.

Export your report

After you set up your report, you can export it as a CSV file by selecting Export report next to the title of the chart.

Evaluate your data

See how your app's growth rate compares to peers

You can use the ‘Growth rate compared to peers’ chart understand how your selected metrics are performing in relation to groups of peer apps from one period to the next. This data allows you to judge your performance against key areas of the ecosystem, so you can tell if your app is performing well or not.

Metric growth rates are calculated as the percentage difference between one period and the immediately preceding period. For example, December 1, 2019 divided by November 30, 2019, or April 2019 divided by March 2019.

There are two selectors available:

  • Peer group: Use the Peer group selector to choose a set of apps to compare your app with.
  • Display: Use the Display selector to choose the value for the dimension you’ve selected..

Note: Comparisons will be available when there are enough apps with the specified peer group matching your chosen metric.

Easily see the dimensions that have impacted your date the most

The ‘Change analysis’ chart automatically evaluates the first period of your selected time range, and the final one with full data. It highlights the dimensions that have changed most to allow you to understand the biggest contributors to your trends.

Comparison tips

Here are some ways you can use metric comparisons to analyze app performance:

  • Compare your app's total users and uninstalls over time.
  • Compare your app's crashes and daily average review score before and after a release that addressed stability.
  • Compare your apps’ daily uninstall rate to the 30-day rolling average uninstall rate to evaluate how daily variations contribute to overall trends.
See how events impact your app's metrics

You can see how changes to your app impact specific metrics using the events timeline. By combining your app's data with the dates of key events, you can quickly see things like:

  • How a sale impacts revenue
  • How the rollout of a new release impacts crashes
  • How a subscription price change impacts the number of buyers

After you've configured a report on the Statistics or Subscriptions pages, the events timeline appears under the dates on your chart. Hover over each dot to see the event description. Larger dots indicate multiple events on the same day.

Metrics

Some metrics are calculated based on data from users who have agreed to share their data with developers in aggregate. The metrics that we provide in the Play Console are adjusted to more closely reflect data from all of your users. 

Tip: To view aggregated reports, you can download monthly reports.

Install-related statistics

Installation data is based on Pacific Time (PT).

Metric Definition

Users

An individual Google Play user. A user may have multiple devices.

Active users

The number of users who have your app installed on at least one device and have used the device in the past 30 days.

User acquisitions

The number of users who installed your app and did not have it installed on any other devices at the time. This includes users who activate a device on which your app is pre-installed, or reactivate a device.

User loss

The number of users who uninstalled your app from all of their devices or stopped using any devices that your app is installed on for over 30 days (making them inactive).

New users

Users who installed your app for the first time.

Returning users

Users who installed your app having previously uninstalled it from all of their devices. This includes inactive users who become active again.

All users

New and returning users.

Devices

An Android device associated with a user. If a device is reset or transferred to a different user, it’s counted as a new device.

Active devices

The number of active devices on which your app is installed. An active device is one that has been turned on at least once in the past 30 days.

Device acquisition

The number of devices that users have installed your app on. This includes devices on which your app is pre-installed.

Device loss

The number of devices from which users uninstalled your app. This includes when a device has not been used in over 30 days (making them inactive).

New devices

Devices on which users installed your app for the first time.

Returning devices

Devices on which your app is installed and on which the app had been installed on previously. This includes inactive devices that become active again.

All devices

New and returning devices.

Device updates

The number of devices on which your app has been updated.

Device loss after update

The number of devices from which your app was uninstalled after the app has recently been updated.

Install events

The number of times your app was installed, including devices on which the app had been installed previously. This does not include pre-installs or device reactivations.

Uninstall events

The number of times your app was uninstalled. This does not include inactive devices.

Ratings

Ratings data is based on Pacific Time (PT).

Tip: To learn more about your app’s ratings, you can compare and analyze your app’s ratings data.

Metric Definition
Average rating Average star rating this app has 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.
Google Play rating Your current rating shown to users on Google Play. This is calculated based on your recent ratings.
Revenue

Financial data is based on the UTC time zone. You can view financial data if you have the "View financial information" permission.

Tip: To learn more about your app’s revenue, you can view detailed revenue breakdowns.

Metrics Definition

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).

Total revenue

Total revenue your app has generated since launch. This is based on estimated sales and includes any tax or other fees. 
Buyers Number of unique users who made a purchase in your app.
New buyers

Unique users who make a purchase in your app for the first time.

Cumulative buyers

Total number of unique users who have ever made a purchase in your app.

Crashes & application not responding errors (ANRs)

Crashes & ANR data is based on Pacific Time (PT).

Tip: To learn more about your app’s crashes and ANRs, you can view data on individual errors and deobfuscate crash stack traces.

Metric Definition
Crashes Crash reports collected from Android devices whose users have opted in to automatically share usage and diagnostics data. 
ANRs Application not responding (ANR) reports collected from Android devices whose users have opted in to automatically share usage and diagnostics data.
Android Instant Apps

If you have published an Android Instant App, the following data is available on the Statistics page. Android Instant Apps data is based on Pacific Time (PT). To distribute an instant app, learn how to create and rollout a release.

Note: For privacy reasons, Google doesn't display instant app data when there are a low number of users.

Metric Definition
Launches by device Number of unique devices that launch your instant app at least once each day.
Launch events Number of times your instant app is opened each day.
Conversion events Number of times in a day your full app was installed on a device that previously launched your instant app.

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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