SoftMeter is the fast and easy solution for your software's usage statistics
SoftMeter works with Google Analytics and can be considered as "Google analytics for desktop software".
SoftMeter v0.6.3 was released.
If you are already using SoftMeter to monitor your application usage, please upgrade. The API remains the same so the upgrade is simply a replacement of the library file (DLL in Windows, dylib in MacOS).
If you are not using SoftMeter, read on.
SoftMeter is a small application analytics library for Windows and MacOS, that links together two great software systems:
- the free Google Analytics platform, and
- 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.
Application analytics is a new practice and still only very few desktop applications use.
It is unique and powerful because it allows you, for the first time, to see beyond the download of your desktop software.
Here is the opportunity: You can become a development hero by implementing this new practice into your software.
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.
Usage analytics for software is the remote collection, measurement, analysis and reporting of the usage patterns of a software product. But why do developers need it for the success of their software?
A checklist guiding you to implement software usage analytics into your Windows, MacOS or IOS application. SoftMeter is a free software usage analytics library, connecting your program to Google Analytics.
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.