The Analytics section is where you will find all the information you need when it comes to reading the statistics and analytical data gathered by your app.
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The Comparison section is a breakdown of downloads, opens, users, actions and revenue which can be filtered by date. It's the dashboard of choice when you want to view how your app in performing.
As the title suggests, this section is all about how many downloads your app has accrued. Unlike the data shown to you in the Comparison section, this section also shows you the geographical location of your downloads across the globe. This data however is only available on apps which run on iOS.
The Reporting section contains all of your form submissions and orders. The information relayed to you allows you to keep track of your app performance, displayed in a handy graph format.
Google Analytics is a software developed by Google that businesses can use for free in order to monitor their website/mobile app traffic and obtain other forms of data such as session analysis. In regards to your app, you can monitor where your users are coming from geographically, sessions by device e.g. Android, iOS etc as well as daily, weekly and monthly data regarding your active user base, just to name a few.
The Google Analytics section gives you a run-down of how to link your Google Analytics and app builder accounts. It also contains a step-by-step guide on how to create a Google Analytics account for those who don't currently have one.