As a blogger, we always face the issue of web traffic. It’s the bane of our existence and the great quandary causing us to scratch our heads. That sudden halt of visitors to your site that has you wondering, “What did I do wrong?” It may happen at the beginning, middle, or end of a blog, but it’s inevitable. At some point, we all go through this. And you’ve asked yourself,
How do I get out of this? How do I get more traffic to my site?
Whether you’re just about to create a website for the first time or you’re developing an app. We are creating a data every day by posting a new blog or just making a video. Like a blog or website, some apps may undeservedly end up at the bottom of the pile. You need stand out from others to get massive exposure from the get-go.
Low app performance is something that many users have experienced. Think about that last time you experienced an app crashing, failing to respond, or rendering slowly. Consider your reaction when checking the battery usage on your own device, and seeing an app using an excessive battery. When an app performs badly, users notice. In fact, in an internal analysis of app reviews on Google Play, we noticed that half of the 1-star reviews mentioned app stability.
Android vitals helps identify opportunities to improve your app’s performance. The dashboards are useful for engineers and business owners alike, offering quick reference performance metrics to monitor your app so you can analyze the data and dedicate the right resources to make improvements.
You’ll see the following data collected from Android devices whose users have opted in to automatically share usage and diagnostics data such as:
- Stability: ANR rate & crash rate
- Render time: slow rendering (16ms) and frozen UI frames (700ms)
- Battery usage: stuck wake locks and excessive wakeups.
The above data is always kept in mind while creating an app. Check out the best unknown free apps out there.
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Recently, a financial magazine mentioned in one of its article on Internet usage by Indians, that according to IAMAI-IMRB report, Urban India has close to 60% Internet penetration, and there are still a potential 750 million users in Rural India. This voluminous data shows that mobile would slowly be used by GENX for all purposes, name it for household, luxury, banking or business. The time has come when the focus should be on the easy accessibility and simple functionality of the Apps so that it doesn’t get parked in the google play store and is downloaded and used continuously.