Once your push messages have been sent, you can see information and statistics about them.
Application Level Details
In the Apps tab you can see details about all the push messages sent in any of your apps.
App Icon - An icon to show if the app is iOS or Android.
App Store Link.
OS - The operating system is Android or iOS.
Environment - Is this a development app or a production app.
during development, for the purpose of testing, we create a development app in appoxee. Only specific developer's devices can receive push messages sent to development applications.
Reg. Devices - How many devices have the Application.
Push Enabled - How many devices with the App have enabled push notifications.
Active campaigns - How many campaigns are set for the application.
Feedbacks - You can create a feedback system with a built in appoxee form. Users can rate the applications, report bugs, ask for features and more. This can only be used if you application was build to include such form.
Promoted Apps - you can create a suggestion wall which will allow you to introduce other applications to the users, there is a separate system for this feature. This can only be used if you application was build to include this feature.
Segments - You can choose different rules to filter who the push will be sent to.
Last Update - when was the last time any change was made to your app in Appoxee.
*You can modify and adjust these columns by clicking with the right mouse button on any of them.
Push Messages Analytics
The Analytics tab on the main screen will show analytics by Application, Segment and date.
These graphs will help you know the size of the market of the Application and the rise and decline of usage in time.
Green graph - number of users with the Application
Red graph - number of devices with push enabled for your applications.
How many unique users visited the application and the names of the push messages sent that day.
*The information is saved per day and not per push.
Worldwide Devices Geo Map
Distribution of devices by country.
Clicking on the top left on Go To Messages Stats will show you a graph called Message Tools, This graph will present the number of push notifications and messages that were sent.