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Five Play Console Updates to Help You Understand Your App’s Delivery Performance

Lidia Gaymond Product Manager, Google Playimage3Powered By Android Developers get the modern benefits of Google Play and App Bundles with Google Play Android distribution. Distribution. Android ecosystem expands, it’s more important than ever to know how your app is being delivered to different devices.

Delivery insights help you better understand and analyze your app’s delivery performance and what contributes to it, and take action to optimize the experience for your users. To gain more insights into your delivery performance, here are five Play Console Updates.

1. When you release your app, you’ll now see its expected app size and update size at the point of release creation, so you can determine if the size change from the previous release is acceptable.

Screenshot of Google Play Console showing expected app size and update size
Create a new release and get an estimate of the app’s size and expected update size.

2. You can now see detailed information on how your Play delivery tools work, including Play Asset Delivery and Play Feature Delivery. Knowing the usage of your asset packs and feature modules can assist you in making better modularization decisions and uncovering patterns among your users.

Screenshot of the Devliery tab in the App bundle explorer page in Play Console
Find out how features modules are sent to users using the Delivery tab on the Play Console page.
Screenshot of performance metrics on the Statistics page in Play Console
You can see the performance metrics for each module on the Statistics page of Play Console.

3. When analyzing your existing release, you can now see how many users are on it to help you assess the “freshness” of your install base and how quickly users migrate to new releases. The In-app update API can help you improve your rate of updates.

Screenshot of the Release Summary showing percentage of install base on this release in Releases Overview in Play Console
You can find out the number of users on the current release as well as how fast users move to new releases.

4. To get an even deeper look at your specific app version performance you can access information such as your device model and most popular update sizes. You also have the option to view your install base in App bundle Explorer.

Screenshot of App bundle explorer page in Play Console
The App bundle explorer page allows you to evaluate the size of your device’s bundle and how it should be installed.

5. These features can also be found in the App Dashboard. Here you can view and track your app’s metrics over time.

Screenshot of App bundle explorer page in Play Console
You can monitor these delivery metrics via your App Dashboard.

We hope that these updates will allow you to make informed decisions on your app development. They also provide you with an in-depth view of how your application is delivered.

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