tappr.tv is generating all sorts of measurement data, across a variety of systems like iTunes Connect, Flurry, Parse, as well as built-in metrics within tappr.tv itself. Coalescing that data for better analysis is challenging.
Still, interesting patterns can be discovered if we look a little closer at any one system.
For instance, here's the Flurry stats on the geography of the community:
Clearly, most users are in the norther hemisphere, and North America is more than twice that of Asia or Europe.
Here's a look at the top 8 languages:
Not quite sure how to correlate these numbers with the map above, other than to observe that Japan accounts for much of the use in Asia.
Here's a chart of API usage in Parse for as far back as their system has been measuring:
Three things emerge from this graph for me:
- there's a seasonality to app usage, dipping in the summer months.
- momentum builds in the fall, which correlates with the start of school.
- there's a big spike in usage in the winter season, but not necessarily right at Christmas.
Here's the schema count for tappr.tv on Parse:
And here are some random observations from these numbers:
- > 60% of people sign in anonymously (identities/users)
- only ~34% of users have music in their music library (subscriptions/users)
- ~18% of all users create a dance (dances/users)
- > 50% of users with music create a dance
And finally, here's a look at the estimated age and distribution:
Nothing unexpected here, really. Am looking forward to see this graph in 5 years.