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Flurry is still allowed by Apple in iOS apps. We used Flurry to see how many beta users actually used the app. They were not personally identifiable, of course but we got a rough sense of how many betas were installed (via the 0.1 version tag) and a really good sense how they were using (or not using) the app. For example, only about 15% of the users ever clicked on More in the tab bar. As a bonus, Flurry will log your uncaught exceptions for you if you implement an uncaught exception handler. This is invaluable for finding those bugs you can't find easily. Always email beta testers personally when you get any feedback - you might get some improvement suggestions that aren't that hard to implement.



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