Fixed Price: Not Sure
| Posted: 2h, 58m ago | Ends: 2d, 21h |
We have a mobile app and are in the midst of implementing MixPanel. We are looking for help from an experienced individual with relevant knowledge in the design of such metrics (data model) so that the most relevant ones are tracked and can be actioned upon. The aim of these metrics is to increase adoption and usage of the app, get feedback on features to implement and ultimately, determine if there is a business case for a premium/paid version of the app. The key metrics that we are looking to track at the moment are: (a) how are users finding out about my app e.g. facebook link sharing by friends, facebook ads, google ad words, mass email promotion (promo code), organic growth (referral code) etc (b) how long are 1st time users spending on the app? what is the percentage of functionality that they try using? (c) in a week or month, what is the percentage of users who are revisiting the app? (d) how many times / how often are users sharing the app? (e) who are my top 10% users...
Category: Data Engineering
Fixed Price: Less than $500
| Posted: 8h, 21m ago | Ends: 1d, 15h |
Looking to enhance and existing Android TCP Client application that was created by another developer a few years ago. He is unavailable, so I am seeking a new developer to work with on this project. I have and own the original workspace/source that was used in Eclipse for that project. It is very well commented, and I expect that any modifications continue to be very well documented. It was originally designed to work on SDK 8 (2.2 of Android and newer), phones and tablets. No graphics, just buttons created within Eclipse. Basic information on upgrades: * Browse/Navigational functionality. * File transfer progress graphic that appears after sending data. * Bluetooth discovery and file transfer. * LAN network discovery. * Pay to unlock Browse button. The current app allows the user to select a file from their device, type in the path to the file, set a destination IP Address and port, and tap send to transfer the contents of that text file. It is a simple app, not released in the ...
Category: Mobile Applications