6/30/2014 10:23:17 AM
SOASTA Announces Native App Support for Mobile User Monitoring
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SOASTA Announces Native App Support for Mobile User Monitoring



Stuart Parkerson Stuart Parkerson in Enterprise Monday, June 30, 2014
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SOASTA, a cloud and mobile testing company, has announced it now offers native app support with its mPulse user monitoring solution, which now offers multi-dimensional views of user behavior whether on mobile web, web or native mobile applications. 

mPulse records precise mobile user gestures and actions to monitor native iOS and Android apps. Native app monitoring is delivered instantly, without delays waiting for app store approval or re-certification. Insights are provided for an apps most popular pages, gestures, third party services, etc.

The platform offers:

- TouchMetrics that allow correlated and targeted reporting and alerting on user’s mobile app usage customized to what matters to individual businesses.

- TouchTimers enable setting measurements and thresholds on precise user gestures and actions in native and mobile web apps using real devices.

- The ability to visually track mobile user access by mobile operating system, location and user experience.



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