How can I see how many of my users are using my website/app through Wifi and mobile network. Basically I want to have a idea that how many users use my product through high speed internet and how many are at very low bandwidth.
I have my game published on Play Store and Amazon app store for about a year now.
I have integrated Google Analytics in it, which keeps track of users’ network and service providers in addition to specific events I am monitoring (Like, click on Play the game button, when users sessions starts, click on buy In-App purchase items, when game ends etc.).
Below are the screenshots of information that Google provides you with Google Analytics.
Atom 2048, Play Store : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.spark.atom2048
Network Domain :
Service Providers :
Additionally for your requirement, you need to map the network domain / service providers with their network speeds, that’s a different task.
I hope this helps.
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Thanks. This is something we are already aware of…but this doesn’t give the idea of bandwidth users are on …while using my website.
I’ll tell you the use case, I want to design a feature which might take some bandwidth (data), its getting initiated on a particular user event…If I had the data that how many users are on >1Mbps /4G …it will be much easier for me to take the call.
This might be helpful: