Application analytics

Application analytics is the new practice of remotely observing the usage of software applications (software programs) together with information from the end user's computer, like screen resolution, operating system version and language, country, etc.

With application analytics (also called run-time analytics, application statistics) developers of software programs can understand the most needed features, observe the conversion rates of free users to paying customers, remotely log crash reports, and much more.

How SoftMeter works

SoftMeter is a small application analytics library for Windows and MacOS, that links together two great software systems:

  1. the free Google Analytics platform, and
  2. your software product.

How does SoftMeter work?

You are probably already using website statistics to see how many visitors you have on your website and how they use your website.

Announcement: New version 0.5.3 of libAppTelemetry. Connect your shareware program with Google Analytics

Version 0.5.3 of libAppTelemetry (now called SoftMeter) was released.

With SoftMeter you can monitor the usage statistics of your desktop program (Windows, MacOS) and the size of your user base.

SoftMeter has a free edition.

It works with   Google Analytics, which is also free. 

Announcement: See your shareware usage statistics with SoftMeter and Google Analytics

Shareware developers can now monitor the usage of their programs via Google Analytics, in the same way they monitor their website traffic.

This is the announcement of v0.5.2 of SoftMeter (former libAppTelemetry) that brings this capability to indie programmers (Windows, MacOS X).

SoftMeter - Application analytics for Windows, MacOS, IOS

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SoftMeter software product analytics
SoftMeter software product analytics
See beyond the download: See how users install and use your software.

Use SoftMeter in your Windows, MacOS, or IOS software and learn how users around the world use your software, how many they are, how often they run it, which are its most popular features, their operating system, screen resolutions and much more.