Android Apps – Android Development Tutorial http://www.android-development-tutorial.net Hub of Android Development Sun, 20 Mar 2016 07:55:50 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.2 How To Link Google Analytics With Android Apps [Video Tutorial] http://www.android-development-tutorial.net/link-google-analytics-with-android-apps/ http://www.android-development-tutorial.net/link-google-analytics-with-android-apps/#respond Mon, 18 Jan 2016 16:41:43 +0000 http://www.android-development-tutorial.net/?p=3255 Hey friends, In previous tutorial we discussed about uploading android app to Google playstore. Similarly, today we will Insha-Allah learn how to link google analytics with it to get more insight or statistics of your app. Actually linking with google analytics let us know about users of our app, countries of users, which app version users currently installed, total users installs vs number of unique installs including how they discover your app and what devices they use and many more insights and information you can get once if you have linked your app with google analytics.

linking google analytics with android app

Don’t know how to get linked with google analytics? Don’t worry about it here I will teach you in step by step even you can watch video tutorial as well.

Linking Google Analytics with Android App

Before linking your app, you will need login both Google Analytic and Google Play Developer Console accounts. Simply follow the steps below to start linking,

  • First of all  Sign in to your Google Analytics Account and select the Admin tab.
  • Under Account > Property click All Products.
  • Under Google Play, hit Adjust Link button.
  • Select the apps you want to see data for in this property.
    If you don’t have any apps selected, you cannot link Analytics to Google Play. At least one app must be selected for the accounts to be linked.
  • Configure the link, and click Apply.

Congratulation, you have successfully done all the steps and you are ready to catch all statistics / insights of your android app.

Remember : After couple of days, you will see statistics of your android in your Google Play Developers Console Account.

Watch Video Tutorial Here

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Uploading Android App To Google PlayStore – Video Tutorial http://www.android-development-tutorial.net/uploading-android-app-to-google-playstore-video-tutorial/ http://www.android-development-tutorial.net/uploading-android-app-to-google-playstore-video-tutorial/#respond Thu, 14 Jan 2016 17:17:36 +0000 http://www.android-development-tutorial.net/?p=3244 Hey android developer brothers, Do you really want to know how to upload android app to Google Play? If yes then here you are on right place. Before uploading, you will need to have Google Play Developer Console account where you will upload android app to playstore and that account will cost you $25 for first signing up. If you have already an account but troubling with uploading an apk then don’t worry about it, I will show you how to upload android app to Google Play Developer Console. Follow the steps below to upload your app to Google Play,

Generate Signed Apk

The very first thing is to generate singed apk of your android app because Google Play only accept release version of apk not the debug version apk. So after generating signed apk, you will have app-release.apk which is acceptable by Google play. Read the following post to complete this step,

Read : Generate Signed Apk Using Android Studio Tutorial

Uploading Android App

Once you generate signed apk, now its time to uploading it to Google PlayStore. Here is few steps to be done.

  • Login to Google Play Developer Console account.
  • Click on Add new application.
  • Write Title of your app and click on Upload APK
  • Click on Upload your first APK to Production and browse your app-release.apk file from Android Studio Projects.
  • Depending on you android app size, uploading will takes some time and once its completed, move to next options as follow,

Store Listing : In the store listing option, you will need to give product details and some basics things in order to proceed next step. Fields marked with * need to be filled before publishing.Following are the fields,

  • Title
  • Short description
  • Full description
  • Screenshots
  • Hi-res icon
  • Feature Graphic
  • Application type
  • Category
  • Content rating
  • Email
  • Privacy Policy

Content Rating : In this option, you will need to fill content rating form questions. As they said, “The rating system includes official ratings from the International Age Rating Coalition (IARC) and its participating bodies”.

Pricing & Distribution : In this option, you can set price if your application is paid or can offer it for free. You can also distribute your app worldwide or in particular countries as you wish. There are two other fields marked with * which can be ticked before publishing app to Google PlayStore.

After following all above steps, Hit the Publish app button and you are done. Remember that Google Play team will take review on it and if the team found no violation, then it will be published to Google PlayStore in next few hour. Therefore people can download it and that’s how to publish android app on Google PlayStore.  If you are still facing any trouble, watch video tutorial below.

Uploading Android App Video Tutorial

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