Migration from Google Analytics for Mobile Apps to Analytics for Firebase.Blogs
Important announcement by Google: “Google Analytics for Mobile Apps will end…”
Google declared that Google Analytics for Mobile apps will sunset.
Stage 1 of this process will take effect on October 31st of this year (2019). From this date on, mobile app tracking data for free Google Analytics-accounts will no longer be accepted.
Administrators of Google Analytics for Mobile Apps properties are advised to migrate to the Google’s new app analytics-product, called Google Analytics for Firebase’.
For all app owners it is important to realise that the transition to Google’s new app tracking system is not just a matter of a press on a button or a check of a box.
All disciplines involved with the development and promotion of the app will have to take action.
We understand that this is not the kind of news that you were waiting for. Is there an upside to this?
In this article and free PDF download we provide you with an useful migration timeline including the steps to take. In addition we give you the answers to questions like:
- Can I postpone the migration (deadline)
- What is Analytics for Firebase?
- What must I do to successfully migrate with a minimum investment?
- How can I take advantage of the supplemental services that Firebase platform has to offer?
- How do I prepare my organisation to get the maximum from the new app analytics system?
Continue reading and download the completely free PDF ‘Migration Google Analytics for Firebase’!
Sunset timeline of the free edition of Google Analytics for Mobile Apps.
With the timeline below you gain insights about your current situation and the steps to take to safeguard your app statistics.
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More about migrating to Google Analytics for Firebase.
Would you like to learn more about migrating to Google Analytics for Firebase?
Download the completely free PDF ‘Migration Google Analytics for Firebase’.