Tag Archive: Analytics


Apple officially shuts down its Twitter analytics acquisition

Two years after it acquired Topsy, a San Francisco-based firm offering Twitter analytics to companies, Apple has officially shut down the service. “We’ve searched our last tweet,” Topsy has noted on its official Twitter account. Topsy’s website redirects to an Apple support page detailing how users can use search features on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. We’ve searched our last […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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All developers can now access the App Analytics beta

Patient iOS developers haven’t had long to wait for their time with Apple’s new App Analytics tool; the beta is now open to everyone with an iTunes Connect Admin, Finance, or Sales account. The new platform appeared earlier this month,…Read more ›

Developers are pumped about Apple’s new App Analytics service

Today Apple gave access for developers to try its new App Analytics tool for the App Store. Originally announced last year at WWDC, developers can now use Apple’s analytics service to track everything from how people find their apps to…Read more ›

Apple snaps up music analytics startup as part of possible Beats revamp

Although we’ve heard vague reports about it, all’s been quiet on the Cupertino front about Apple’s plans to relaunch its Beats Music streaming service later this year — possibly as early as February. Today another piece of the puzzle may…Read more ›

Quick and easy: How to use Google Analytics with Tumblr

So you got yourself a Tumblr blog, right? Whether you’re a newbie website runner or a veteran Tumblr owner, you’ll need to keep track of your website stats. The best (and free) system out there to find out who visits…Read more ›

Apple Buys Twitter Analytics Company Topsy For Over $200 Million

Apple has bought Topsy, a San Francisco-based firm that offers Twitter analytics to companies. The deal has closed at over $ 200 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. “It’s unclear how Apple plans to use Topsy,” says the report. “There…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Apple Updates iCloud System Status Page With Detailed Analytics For Specific Services

This afternoon Apple quietly updates its iCloud System Status webpage with a new design that presents more details information about outages for specific services, such as iMessage and Siri. Several widespread outages have plagued iCloud in recent months, and Apple’s new layout is more transparent about the downtime and how many users are affected.

A grid of all iCloud-related services is displayed with green or brownish indicators. If a service is  [Read More…]

Mac OS X 10.9 Development Under Way, Regularly Appearing in Analytics Logs

Mac OS X 10.9 appearing in 9to5mac web logs

Development of the next major release of Mac OS X is well under way, with version OS X 10.9 regularly appearing in web analytics logs of OSXDaily, 9to5mac, AppleInsider, CultofMac, and several other Apple-related websites. This was first brought to light today by 9to5mac, whose graph above shows a handful of visitors from Cupertino California running a new, unreleased version of Mac OS,  [Read More…]

Apple’s Market Cap Skewing Analytics, Analysts Start Excluding From Data Analysis

Apples earning report broke records and sent the companys stock price to another record high closing above $ 500 for the first time ever with Apples market cap reaching close to $ 500 billion. However, Apples massive success has had some unforeseen side effects, mainly massive skewing of important market indices like the S&P 500. Since 1957 the S&P has published the prices of 500 large-cap stocks traded on both the New York Stock Exchange or  [Read More…]

Apple’s Market Cap Skewing Analytics, Analysts Start Excluding From Data Analysis

Apples 4th quarter earnings report broke records and sent the companys stock price to another record high closing above $500 for the first time ever with Apples market cap reaching close to $500 billion. However, Apples massive success has had some unforeseen side effects, mainly massive skewing of important market indices like the S&P 500. Since 1957 the S&P has published the prices of 500 large-cap stocks traded on both the New York Stock Exchange  [Read More…]