Appdome's Mobile End User Information Monitoring Service

Mixpanel is a business analytics service which tracks anonymous user interactions with web and mobile applications. Here in Appdome we use Mixpanel to monitor, operate and improve our services.

Following our privacy policy, the data collected by Mixpanel is used to track license usage, build custom reports and measure user engagement.

Appdome implementations include a license key to track and audit installs that is unique to the user that created the build. The user identifier (which is actually an application identifier rather than a device identifier) is anonymous and not PII (Personally identifiable information).

The only information Appdome receives is when an Appdome-secured app is deployed to a device. No mobile end-user data is transmitted or conveyed to Appdome. Only a license key attributable to the Appdome-Admin user is transmitted.

User identifiers and data gathered by Mixpanel

The Mixpanel event-based tracking service sends data to Appdome based on user events. Those pre-defined events are caused, usually, as the result of user interaction; for example, when a customer first uses a fused app on a new mobile device or initially exits from a fused app.

The user identifiers received from Mixpanel:

  • App Build Number
  • App version
  • App bundle ID
  • Appdome engine version
  • Appdome fusion app identifier
  • Appdome customer identity (Appdome account who fused the app)
  • Mobile Device brand and carrier
  • Mobile device manufacturer
  • Mobile device model type
  • Operation system (Android / iOS) and version
  • Location of the event sender
  • Time event occurred

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