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Apps Summary Report


The Apps Summary Report is a high-level, aggregated dataset provided by Intuizi. This report offers a consolidated view of mobile application usage across various categories and tags. It includes essential information such as the category ID, category name, tag ID, tag name, number of unique app instances, total number of signals, and the year and month associated with the data.

Our solution aims to empower clients with summarized insights into mobile app usage patterns and trends, enabling them to make informed decisions for their business strategies, market research, and competitive analysis.


We ensure that the Apps Summary Report is easily accessible to our clients through multiple cloud storage providers:

  • Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3
  • Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
  • Other compatible providers upon request

Clients can securely access the report data through their preferred cloud storage provider, allowing for seamless integration with their existing data pipelines and analytics tools.


The Apps Summary Report contains the following fields:

KeyValueData Type
CategoryIDUnique identifier for the app categoryInteger
CategoryNameName of the app categoryString
TagIDUnique identifier for the app tagInteger
TagNameName of the app tagString
UniquesNumber of unique app instancesInteger
SignalsTotal number of signals recorded for the appsInteger
YearYear associated with the app summary dataInteger
MonthMonth associated with the app summary dataInteger


Differences between Apps Report and Apps Summary Report

The main differences between the Apps Report and the Apps Summary Report are:

  1. Granularity: The Apps Report provides data at the individual app level, including specific details such as the app name, bundle ID, and the exact date (YYYY-MM-DD). In contrast, the Apps Summary Report aggregates data at a higher level, focusing on app categories and tags, and provides data at a monthly granularity (Year and Month).

  2. Unique Fields: The Apps Report includes fields like EID (primary identifier for the app), BundleID (unique identifier for the app bundle), AppName (name of the mobile application), and Day (exact date associated with the app data).
    The Apps Summary Report introduces new fields such as TagID (unique identifier for the app tag), TagName (name of the app tag), Uniques (number of unique app instances), and separate Year and Month fields for temporal aggregation.

  3. Data Aggregation: The Apps Summary Report aggregates data based on app categories and tags, providing a summarized view of the app landscape. It includes the total number of unique app instances (Uniques) and the total number of signals recorded for the apps (Signals) within each category and tag combination.

  4. Time Resolution: The Apps Report provides data at a daily resolution (YYYY-MM-DD), allowing for fine-grained temporal analysis. On the other hand, the Apps Summary Report offers data at a monthly resolution (Year and Month), enabling higher-level temporal aggregation and trend analysis.


By leveraging the Apps Summary Report, clients can gain a comprehensive understanding of mobile app usage patterns and trends across different categories and tags. This aggregated view allows for strategic decision-making, market analysis, and identification of growth opportunities in the mobile app ecosystem.

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