A refreshed and more consistent look and feel for Google Analytics for Firebase improving the experience of measuring apps, launched on Thursday.
These new elements echo some changes made to Analytics earlier this year will bridge the gap for all those using both Google Analytics and Analytics for Firebase.
In addition to refreshing UI, also new reports and cards are added to Google Analytics for Firebase Dashboard making it more timely and helpful by adding new ‘Real-Time Data’ card that shows details about the number of active users in the last 30 minutes on the dashboard — much like the one on Google Analytics Home.
Additionally, this card will also show top conversion events logged by the app. These conversions can be configured as well to track app events that are most important to you and your team.
See, new Google Analytics for Firebase Dashboard in the screenshot above.
Another brand new feature, a ‘stability card’ displays the percentage of users who haven’t had an app crash. The reports pulls the data from Firebase Crash Reporting and Firebase Crashlytics.
Also added today is a new ‘Latest Release’ report that contains a real-time card with an app version filter, so app developers can easily track the adoption and stability of their new app versions within a few hours of release, and let them see users adopting latest release as well as help them know about the versions that may have crashed in the past 30 minutes.
Additionally, it also let measure users’ level of engagement.
Despite these changes, Analytics for Firebase users will still get same great app-centric reporting and analysis they’re used to for Android and iOS, says the team, adding, more features are slated to release in the months to come.