Software Statistics Service helps software developers measure the success of their mobile and desktop applications. The service offers users real time usage analytics data that displays when software is downloaded, installed and run. The developer can also review software user preferences to see which features and versions are most often used. Software Statistics Service integrates with Delphi, Java, .Net, C++, Microsoft Silverlight, Mac OS, Windows Phone 7, iOS and Windows Presentation Foundation. Users can see an environment review that reveals the conditions their software is most often used, including which operating system, hardware and screen resolution the end user is working with. Geography-based usage stats are also available to show the user which regions or countries favor their software products.Show more screenshots »
Software Statistics Service was founded in 2009. The application currently offers users a number of options that can track software related stats in detail. Although the application hasn’t been widely discussed, it is still an appealing competitor. Software developers can utilize the application to discover ways to improve their product as well as their marketing focus. Today Software Statistics Service provides many developers with the information they need to make better, more user friendly products.
Software Statistics Service provides users with a unique collection of data intended for software products. While many applications compile stats for websites, Software Statistics Service sticks with software. Users can see how many times their applications were downloaded, installed and executed. The application also keeps track of the number of abnormal terminations, average session duration, frequency of use and trends over days, weeks or months. The user can also obtain valuable information regarding the end user’s system and geographic location.
Software Statistics Service is intended for professional software developers, and this really shows in the application’s user interface. The interface is easy to understand and neat (almost to a fault). Very toned down colors, such as slate blue and grey are used, seeming to cement the idea that this application is meant for serious developers. That being said, the interface lacks somewhat in the area of individuality and creativity. It is user friendly in terms of navigation, although it gets a bit monotonous.
New users can get started with Software Statistics Service by clicking the white “Sign Up” link tucked into the upper, right hand corner of the homepage. The registration form appears on the following page and asks the user to provide a first and last name, email address and password. The user must also check the box below the form to confirm their agreement with the application’s terms of service. After submitting the form, the user is automatically logged in and can begin using the application or review the quick start guide.
Users are given four plan options to choose from when using Software Statistics Service. The first is a Basic plan that costs $39 per month and includes one project, one user account, three month data storage, up to 5,000 sessions, user loyalty features, environment stats, world map stats, basic support, export to excel capability and hardware stats. The Standard plan costs $99 per month and includes up to three projects, five user accounts, six month data storage, up to 150,000 sessions, version stats, premium support, full data export and on demand feature implementation. The Premium plan costs $299 per month and upgrades to 10 projects, 10 user accounts, 12 month data storage, 500,000 sessions, SSL support and developer help with integration. An Enterprise plan is available but requires a custom quote.
Software-Statistics-Service.com is a helpful resource for software developers and anyone else who sells software products. The application compiles a number of stats, ranging from geographic location to system information and usage frequency. Users can apply this information to improving the way they develop and market their products. The application currently supplies users with four membership plans to choose from that fit businesses of varying size.