- A Session defined by Apple, Google, and Sensor Tower is anytime a user brings an app to the foreground of the phone for more than 2 seconds. A session concludes when the user navigates away from the app (the app is no longer in the foreground), for more than 5 seconds.
- Session Count
- The Session Count metric illustrates how often users have a Session on the application per day, week, or month. This Session, must again, be in the foreground for more than 2 seconds.
- Session Duration
- The Session Duration metric shows the average of how long users are within each Session. The first column of Session Duration shows the time period from “0-3 seconds,” however because a Session must be more than 2 seconds to count as a Session, this column shows Sessions from 2-3 seconds in length.
- Time Spent
- The Time Spent metric is a combination of the Session Count and Session Duration metrics. It will show the overall average amount of time that the user spends within an application over the selected time period (Day/week/month). This will include the duration of all sessions rather than just the duration of a single session.
Modified on: Wed, Jan 30, 2019 at 1:13 PM
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