Install Adapty SDK and start analyzing real-time metrics of your iOS or Android app with advanced filters, such as ad network, ad campaign, country, A/B test, and more.
Advanced Analytics allows you to track the following metrics.
Total money received from both subscriptions and one-time purchases. Does not include revenue from subscriptions and purchases that were refunded afterward.
The measure of the predictable and recurring revenue components of your subscription business. Calculated as following:
Ps - subscription price
Ns - number of active paid subscriptions for this subscription
Dsm - subscription duration in months (0.25 for weekly subscriptions)
Basically, MRR shows revenue from all active subscriptions normalized to one month. For example, for a yearly subscription, instead of counting full revenue from the start, revenue is split into 12 equal parts which are evenly spread across 12 month period.
E.g. if there are 2 active yearly subscriptions with price $240 and 10 monthly subscriptions with price $30,
MMR = 240 2 / 12 + 30 10 / 1 = $340
An average revenue per paid user. Calculated as
revenue / number of users who paid
If revenue this day is $1000, and there were 50 users who made at least one purchase,
ARPPU = 1000 / 50 = $20
The number of currently active subscriptions.
The number of subscription activations, including renewals.
The number of active subscriptions segmented by auto-renew status, that indicates whether or not this subscription will be renewed to the next period.
The number of subscriptions auto-renew status of which was switched off (cancelled by user). When the auto-renew status for the subscription is off, this means that this subscription won't be automatically renewed to the next period, yet the user still has premium features until the end of the current period.
The number of subscriptions that expired, i.e. the user has no access to the premium features of the app, in contrast to the canceled subscriptions. Usually, it means that the user has decided to stop paying for the app or encountered a billing issue.
The number of subscriptions auto-renew status of which was switched on (reactivated by user). When the auto-renew status for the subscription is on, this means that this subscription will be automatically renewed to the next period in the future.
The number of trials that are currently active.
The number of trials activated.
The number of trials with cancelled renewal (cancelled by user). When the renewal for the trial is disabled, this means that this trial won't be automatically converted to paid subscription, yet the user still has premium features of the app until the end of the current period.
The number of trials that expired, i.e. the user has no access to the premium features of the app. Usually, it means that the user has decided not to pay for the app or encountered a billing issue.
The number of refunded purchases and subscriptions.
Amount of money that was refunded. Calculated before store's fee.
Advanced Analytics provides the following filters.
Filter metrics by user's store country (if available, otherwise IP country is used).
Filter metrics by product (both subscriptions and one-time purchases are available).
Filter metrics by platform (iOS/Android).
Filter metrics by A/B tests that are associated with purchases.
In case your A/B tests have multiple versions, they are marked as "Rev. X" so you can choose the specific one.
Filter metrics by Attribution fields like Status, Channel, Campaign, etc.
Updated about 2 months ago