Get Insights Quickly with The New Stats Bar in Explorer

Explorer makes discovering apps that are relevant to you quick and easy using lots of different data points. A common use-case is to summarize the results to gain a quick understanding of the data and validate it. With the new Stats Bar, totals, averages, top values, and other essential metrics are calculated automatically as you search, saving you time and giving you immediate insights.

How it works

When you run a search in Explorer, the Stats Bar automatically inspects all of the results and generates summaries for every field in the table. For numeric fields, like estimated downloads and ratings, the Stats Bar will display the sum, average, min, and max values. For fields that have classes, like audience gender or developer country, the Stats Bar will display the top values.

Because the Stats Bar inspects all of the results, you won’t have to page through large lists or export the results for analysis anymore. It’ll all happen automatically and instantly!

Things you can do with it

To illustrate just how powerful the Stats Bar is, we pulled a few real searches our users ran and their results:

  • Which categories have the most apps in the iOS App Store? Top 5: Games, Business, Education, Lifestyle, Utilities
  • What’s the average age of users who are using news apps on their iPhone? 50 – 64
  • How much monthly revenue are popular iOS dating apps generating in the U.S.? Total: $10M, Min: $64K, Max: $1.9M
  • How many devices was the Branch Metrics SDK installed in during the last month in the U.S. More than 9,000,000 devices
  • Which countries have the most game developers? Top 5: U.S., Japan, China, India, Germany
  • What are the most popular ad network for Android games that monetize with ads? Top 5: Admob, Unity Ads, Chartboost, AppLovin, Vungle

The Stats Bar is now available to all Explorer members across all plans.

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