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How to integrate Bango Application Analytics

posted this on 19 March 2013, 13:05


SDK's are available for several platforms including HTML5, Android, Apple iOS, BlackBerry, Nokia, Windows Phone 7 and Adobe Air.


HTML5 Application Analytics SDK v2.0.0  (read the HTML5 Integration)

Android Application Analytics SDK v1.4.2  (read the Android Integration)

BlackBerry Application Analytics SDK v1.2.0  (read the Blackberry Integration)

BB 10 Application Analytics SDK v1.1.1  (read the BB 10 Integration)

Apple iOS Application Analytics SDK v6.0.1  (read the Apple iOS Integration)

Windows Phone 7 Application Analytics SDK v1.1.0  (read the Windows Phone 7 Integration)

Windows Phone 7.5 Application Analytics SDK v1.1.0  (read the Windows Phone 7.5 Integration)

Windows Phone 8 Application Analytics SDK v1.0.0  (read the Windows Phone 8 Integration)

Nokia Java Application Analytics SDK v1.1.0  (read the Nokia Java Integration)

Nokia WRT Application Analytics SDK v1.1.0  (read the Nokia WRT Integration)

Nokia QT Application Analytics SDK v1.2.0  (read the Nokia QT Integration)

Adobe Air Application Analytics SDK v1.2.2  (read the Adobe Air Integration)


Please note: we are only able to provide full support for the latest version of our SDKs. Any previous versions can be considered "out-of-support" as any improvements, bug fixes, etc. will be folded into the latest versions available. Following a version change, it is recommended that you upgrade to the latest version. However, as the SDKs are open source, and full source code is available at all times, you can work on your existing version and (if desired) submit fixes into Codeplex for consideration.


You can also download the standard application analytics integration manual (attached below) if you want to do a customized integration without using our SDK files.


Application ID

To begin using Bango application analytics you need to create an application ID in your package to record data against.

We recommend setting up a unique ID for each application to give you access to a finer granularity of data in the analytics reports. This would mean setting up each app binary (for distinct platform / operating systems) with a unique ID. If you want to record your data for different binaries of the same app using the same unique ID you can do but all data for the different versions of the apps will be bundled together for reporting. It is possible to filter your data by platform / operating systems within the analytics reports.

To get an application ID login to your package on and go to the Setup & Config tab. Click on Analytics set-up in the menu on the left of the screen, then select App analytics. Here the wizard will help you to add the required information about the Application so an App ID can be generated.



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