For mobile apps we use Localytics--it’s free for smaller apps. Only if you grow a lot do they start charging. It has a nice interface and covers all the basics.
Co-founder - Simple Fractal
We keep all customer information in Localytics, along with stats and analytics. It’s great because we can target customers based on different types of actions, and Localytics also offers good marketing automation.
Founder & CEO - Roomi
We only recently started trying out Localytics. I like the product, but I’m also not 100% confident that we’ll stick with it.
Founder & CEO - Roomi
We use Localytics for in-game analytics, and they give us reports on users’ in-game activity.
Head of Finance - Dots
When we started building mobile apps, we chose Localytics for mobile analytics. At one point, we were generating the most data out of all of their clients! Their comprehensive overviews and summary reports were amazing, but what made them really stand out was that they’d also give us the raw data.
Co-founder - Aviary
We used Flurry in the beginning. It was just a disaster--it was inflexible and the support was horrible ... So we moved on to Localytics, which we love. They have great people, and I can't speak highly enough of our experience with them. It's the customer support that sets them apart. They have an analytics package, and they also do push notifications at no additional cost to the customer. You can feel their growing pains, and they have some outages, but their customer service is amazing. A big part of our business is sophistication of ads and rewards. So we're more critical of our ad network than a lot of other companies would be.
Co-founder - Jump Ramp Games
2%Stacklist Startups Are Using Localytics
Customers range across the board in size, but all are looking for an easy-to-use, out-of-the-box solution that provides solid overall key metrics, as well as user-specific data that will inform their lead-generation and retention efforts.
Localytics has two plans, one of which includes marketing and analytics features, and the other provides only analytics. Both plans start out free and scale with the number of monthly active users in your app. For example, up to 10,000 users are free, while 25,000 users will cost $200 a month for analytics and $400 a month for both analytics and marketing. 50,000 users cost $350 a month for analytics and $700 a month for both analytics and marketing, and so on. Check out the company’s website to find out which plan is best for you.
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