The Little Software Stats interface provides an easy to use way for developers to track how their software is being used. The interface is split into five different categories (Overview, Usage, Data, Environments, and Maps) which are explained below:

  • The overview category provides two pages with the first one the overview (showing basic statistics) and the other is the application settings which allows you to change information such as the application name, whether data can be received and clearing all the data for the current application.
  • The usage category displays information including executions (how many users executed the application), installations (how many users installed the application), bounce rate (users that installed and executed the application), and loyalty time (how long users used the application for).
  • The data category shows information on events, log messages, and exceptions. Environments allows developers to get information on what types of users are using their application (including languages, operating systems, and hardware configurations).
  • The map overlay is pretty self-explanatory, it shows where users that use the application are located by countries.

On the top right hand side, there is options that allows developers to show how their information is displayed (including versions, graph by different durations, and different time spans).
Under these options there is an option to select between different applications, an option to manage your account (including changing username, email and password), an option to change settings for your Little Software Stats (including admin email, rewrite support, reCAPTCHA configuration, IP geo location configuration), and an option to log out of Little Software Stats.

If you would like to see what the Little Software Stats interface looks like, please go to http://little-software-stats.com/screenshots.html.

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