• Flurry: New apps up 185% post iPad

    The spike in new development observed after January's unveiling continued into February

    In February, two weeks after Apple (AAPL) unveiled the iPad, Flurry Analytics reported a sharp uptick in the number of developers installing its analytics tools in new apps for the iPhone -- a device that shares the same operating system. (See The iPad that launched a thousand apps.)

    On Monday the company took a look at February's data and found MORE

    - Mar 15, 2010 9:57 AM ET
  • The iPad that launched a thousand apps

    Data gathered in January show a rush of new projects on the iPhone operating system

    Measured by the number of new applications being written for each type of device, Google's (GOOG) Android operating system was closing the gap with Apple's (AAPL) iPhone throughout the second half of 2009, according to Flurry Analytics.

    Tracking new application starts, Flurry observed a 25% month-over-month growth in new Android projects over that period and, relative to MORE

    - Feb 12, 2010 8:26 AM ET
  • 50 tablets detected on Apple campus

    An analytics firm spots users in Cupertino testing a dozen different types of software

    Using embedded code that reports hardware, software and GPS location characteristics, Flurry Analytics has detected approximately 50 devices that fit the description of the tablet computers Apple (AAPL) is expected to unveil on Wednesday.

    Unlike other Apple prototype devices detected by Flurry's data-gathering code, these test units never leave the Cupertino campus -- consistent with the high-level of MORE

    - Jan 25, 2010 6:30 AM ET
  • The iPod touch generation

    Is Apple's iPhone-without-a-phone the McDonald's Happy Meal of mobile communications?

    Peter Farago of the mobile analytics firm Flurry uses data from its November report to make the case that Apple (AAPL) is quietly -- and successfully -- using the iPod touch to lock in a loyal base of under-age users who will eventually become the next generation of iPhone buyers.

    "While it is clear that the iPhone has significant short-term revenue MORE

    - Dec 7, 2009 7:45 AM ET
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