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Use the Play Console app to track app performance

With the Play Console app, you can review your app's statistics and financial data, get notifications wherever you are, stop a staged rollout, or review and apply store listing experiment results.

Get the Play Console app

  1. If you haven't already, add your Google Play developer account on your device.
  2. Go to Google Play or open the Google Play Store app Google Play Store.
  3. Search for and select the Play Console app Console app.
  4. Tap Install.
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Select your developer account

To choose which account you’re using on the Play Console app:

  1. Open the Play Console app Console app.
  2. If prompted, select your developer account and tap OK.
  3. Tap the Menu icon Menu icon.
  4. You’ll see the name and email address of the account you're using.
  5. If you have more than one developer account associated with your email address, select the one you want to use. To select a different email address, tap the down arrow Drop-down arrow.

Stay informed on-the-go

Once you have the Play Console app, learn how you can do the following:

Set up notifications

When you get a notification from the Play Console app, it displays on your device's status bar.

Turn notifications on or off

  1. Open the Play Console app Console app.
  2. Tap the Menu icon Menu icon > Settings.
  3. Select whether you want to receive notifications for all apps or only starred apps.
  4. Next to a notification type you want to turn on, move the switch to the right until it turns blue. If you want to turn a notification type off, move the switch to the left until it turns gray.
Types of mobile app notifications
Notification type Description
Business critical
  • By default, business critical notifications are turned on.
  • Includes changes to your app state, like:
    • App rejections
    • App update rejections
    • App suspensions
    • App removals
App updates
  • By default, release update notifications are turned off.
  • Includes publishing updates, like app updates that are pending or have gone live.
Reviews
  • By default, review notifications are turned off.
  • Tells you when users write new reviews or update existing reviews. To learn how to reply to a review, go to see your app's ratings & reviews.
Experiments
  • By default, experiment notifications are turned off.
  • Tells you when store listing experiment results are ready.

View your apps & version details

Pin your favorite apps

By default, all apps associated with your developer account will be shown in the following order:

  • Published apps
  • Unpublished apps
  • Apps with violations

To pin an app at the top of your list, select the pin icon .

View your APK release details

To see the version details and release dates of your APKs currently in production, staged rollout, or alpha/beta testing:

  1. Open the Play Console app Console app.
  2. Select an app.
  3. Tap the "Active distribution channels" card.

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