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This article was published on August 28, 2013

    GameAnalytics makes its game analytics platform free for all developers

    GameAnalytics makes its game analytics platform free for all developers Image by: KAREN BLEIER
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    GameAnalytics, the Danish company helping smaller, independent developers track how users engage with their games, has announced that its platform is now completely free for everyone.

    The Copenhagen-based startup launched to the public way back in February this year, offering free and paid plans. With its platform, you can monitor how players move through a game, what items they buy and so on. You can also see where users drop off and how long they stick with the game, where they experience problems and how much time they spend in certain areas.

    So, all existing paying developers will no longer be charged, and all users who are currently on the free plan, well, they all now get access to the same features. You can read the full announcement, including monetization plans, on the link below.

    GameAnalytics | Blog

    Feature Image Credit – KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images