A blog about app User Experience, by UXCam

Gamification Examples 2020: Introducing Game Elements to Your App

Mobile games are actively conquering markets across the world. A recent report by Statista has shown that there are currently over 2,300 million active mobile gamers worldwide, and this number will be growing. So why are people addicted to games so much? In the following, we are going to show you gamification examples. In 1998, British professor Matthias Koepp studied…

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5 Ways to Boost In-App Engagement Metrics for 2020

In-app engagement metrics are the gold standard of the tech world. They are a befitting reflection of touch points that customers have with products and apps. So much so that in an ideal ecosystem, they often end up dictating the direction of technological development. As Steve Jobs puts it, “You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work back…

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How to Read a Heatmap: 5 Things You Have to Know

"All I know is that I know nothing." Nobody has to be as sophisticated as Socrates, yet one can't know everything about the users of your mobile app. Asymmetrical information is a big problem when you work on mobile apps. It's hard to know exactly what users are doing when they use your app. This can lead to lower conversion…

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UXCam is now an experience analytics solution

A decade is coming to an end. The end of the year is a good time to reflect. Let’s take a step back and look at how the progress that was made to help you deliver better app experiences. A holistic analytics solution UXCam has transformed into a complete solution to analyze user behavior. This means that you can start…

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How to understand your user flow in 10 seconds

UXCam's newest feature, Screen Flow, gives you the option to see how users flow through your app. With this insight, it's easy to find hidden bottlenecks and increase conversion rates. Here's why you should use Screen Flow: You spend too much time coming up with hypotheses and want a quick way to discover unusual patternsYou don't understand why certain tasks…

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