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  1. Adobe Adds Cloud-Based Mobile Services

    The new cloud-based mobile services provides a Mobile Services Software Development Kit (SDK) to help app developers integrate analytics collection into their apps. The Mobile Services SDK provides one, unified method of data collection for either...

  2. What is Mobile App Attribution & Why is it Important?

    When a user installs the mobile app, the SDK collects the same data points from within the mobile app and sends it to the platform. Google provides a referral tracking system to let marketers see which marketing sources are driving visitors to the...

  3. Driving Consumer Insights With Mobile Analytics

    Once you set up tracking for an app and sign up for the beta program, you then download the software development kit (SDK) – they have one for iOS and one for Android. All you have to do from there is take the SDK code and plop it into your app...

  4. Pros & Cons of the Top Mobile App Tracking Methods

    If OpenUDID is integrated into a tracking SDK, ad click events and app installs can both be logged with an associated OpenUDID to allow for accurate tracking of unique devices. Pros: ODIN provides standardization with an identifier that could be...

  5. Google Mobile App Analytics Measures Acquisition, Engagement, Outcomes & More

    It’s all made possible by Google’s new, lightweight software development kit (SDK) v2.0 that’s easier to implement and is opt-out ready, with a streamlined back-end infrastructure. Google even made the SDK signup experience easier.

  6. Google I/O: Jelly Bean, Nexus 7, Nexus Q & Skydiving With Project Glass

    Google said Android 4.1 will be made available to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Motorola Xoom and Nexus S over-the-air (OTA) from mid-July, while the SDK for developers is available from today. As well as the news that its voice dictation now works...

  7. Android 1.5 SDK Officially Released

    A couple of weeks ago, Google let developers get an early-look release of the new Android 1.5 SDK in order to start prepping their apps for the updated platform. Today, Android 1.5 is officially released.

  8. SearchDay | Do You Know Where Your Audience Is?

    Android 1.5 SDK Officially Released Posted by Nathania Johnson Apr 28, 2009 A couple of weeks ago, Google let developers get an early-look release of the new Android 1.5 SDK in order to start prepping their apps for the updated platform.

  9. SearchDay | Are You Giving Away Free SEO Advice?

    Google Offers Developers Early Look at Android 1.5 SDK Posted by Nathania Johnson Apr 15, 2009 Google is offering developers an early-look release at Android 1.5 SDK. Version 1.5 introduces APIs for features such as Soft keyboards Home screen...