Subscription is one of the monetization models, involved both free trial periods and regular payments for content. It may be a game subscription, monthly magazine, season broadcast, etc.
MyTracker helps you assess the efficiency of the subscription model, calculate ROI, and seamlessly accumulate relevant data even when a user switches devices. With MyTracker, you can gather the following data:
MyTracker can track subscriptions from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. To learn how to track different revenue types, see the Revenue tracking section
Done! Now you can track subscriptions.
Also, you can track subscriptions using S2S API methods
MyTracker provides several ways to analyze and process data: Dashboard, Reports builder, templates, and Export API.
Select the menu Reports → Dashboard → Monetization to see the share of subscriptions in total revenue and compare ARPU calculations on subscriptions and in-app payments.
Select the Reports → Builder menu to pick up the metrics and dimensions you need. For instance:
Through the menu Reports → Templates, select Subscription model, which included all metrics on subscription and main financial statement.
Use API to export raw data and reports without a web interface. For information, refer to the Export API section
Why cannot I see subscriptions in MyTracker?
Probably you forgot to enable payment verification.
If a user switch devices, will their subscription be treated?
Yes, if you pass the user identifier. MyTracker can gather data both by device and by authorized users. To compare stats, use the toggle button Devices/Users in the Dashboard and sections Device metrics and User metrics in the Report builder.
How can I track renewals if a user does not launch the app?
That’s enough for MyTracker SDK to track the fact of subscription. Subsequent data will gather regardless of whether or not the user launches the app.
You can track renewal of subscriptions made before the MyTracker SDK integration. To pass these subscriptions, use S2S API