Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

On this page:

Mobile RUM presents your application information in five ways:

Mobile App Dashboard

This view is good for getting a high-level understanding of how your app is performing overall.

Mobile RUM Overview

The Overview tab is made up of a set of widgets showing common usage metrics and crash information.

For more information, see Mobile App Dashboard.

Mobile RUM Geo Dashboard

The Geo Dashboard provides high-level insight into how your application is performing across the world. The size of a dot indicates the number of network requests from that region, and the color indicates the average time per network request in that region (red is slow). You can click to drill down to areas of specific interest. You can also see the same information presented in tabular form by clicking the grid icon in the upper left of the panel. 

For more information, see Mobile App Dashboard.

Mobile Usage Statistics

Graphic representations of overall usage statistics by device, carrier, OS version, connection type, and version are found under this tab.

For more information, see The Mobile App Dashboard View.


Tracking a user's entire interaction—which screens in the app they visit, and how long that visit lasts—can give you deep insight into user behavior and can help you fine-tune and improve your user experience. Mobile sessions group a user's path over time through your app, collecting crucial data on each screen view they visit in the course of a usage session. The data is stored in the AppDynamics Events Store, so it is a record of all your users' interactions with your app. Using a UI similar to that of Network Request Analyze, you can focus on just the data you need and visualize in multiple ways.

For more information, see Mobile Sessions.

Network Requests

This view is good for tracking the performance of individual request types and understanding any issues that may be emerging.

The Network Requests List

A network request is an HTTP request from an end user's instance of your application to a server-side application that is designed to accomplish a particular task. Use this list to see how each request type is behaving in general. You can also use this list to click through to a dashboard with detailed visualizations of that request's overall performance. 

 For more information, see Network Requests Lists.

Network Request Analyze

Mobile RUM collects data on every network request that your mobile app makes, and it also takes detailed snapshots periodically in case performance issues have been detected. Over time, the network request metrics are rolled up, based on averages and percentiles. But sometimes you want to see results based on all the data. With Analyze, every single request is collected and stored in the Events Service. Using the Analyze tab you can see results based on this cumulative data.

For more information, see Network Request Analyze.

The Network Requests Snapshots List

When an individual network request experiences slow response times or has a network or HTTP error associated with it, a detailed snapshot is taken. Use this list to scan problem requests, and, using filters, begin to see where your issues may lie. You can also use this list to click through to the details of the snapshot, including, if your application server is instrumented, timings for business transactions on the server side that were involved in the request and links to any related transaction snapshots that may exist. 

For more information, see Network Request Snapshots List.


This view allows you to investigate crash trends and individual crashes.

The Crash Dashboard

The Crash Dashboard tab aggregates mobile application crash data over time, using the Events Service. This store contains all the data collected by the Mobile Agent. The dashboard shows crash trends, sets of unique crashes, and distribution of usage types and location.

For more information, see Crashes.

Crash Analyze

This is a list of individual crash snapshots. From the Records tab, you can click through to detailed information on an individual crash, including a stack trace. You can also view the data in widgets from the Charts tab.

For more information, see Crash Analyze.

Custom Data

The iOS and Android SDKs allow you to customize the data you collect from your apps. You can add Custom Timers and Custom Metrics.  

You can also view Info Points to watch the execution of specific methods. You set the info points when instrumenting your mobile application.

For more information, see Custom Data.