What you need to know
- Developers now have access to analytics for in-app events in App Store Connect.
- They can see metrics like event page views, reminder and notification data, and more.
- In-app events launched with iOS 15.
Developers can now track the performance of their in-app events.
In a news update posted to the Apple Developer website, the company has announced that developers now have access to analytics for their in-app events in App Store Connect. Some of the metrics available include "event page views, reminder and notification data, and the number of downloads and redownloads that were driven by your in-app events."
Apple launched in-app events with iOS 15. The feature provides developers with a way to create events within their apps and showcase them in the App Store.
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