OneMeasure Consumer Panel Dashboard
Consumer insights and performance metrics collected and analyzed from the smartphones of opted-in panelists across the U.S. (covering 98% of the U.S. population). This sample dashboard is interactive — click on various elements to dig deeper into the key metrics.
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OMCP Dashboard – Providing a look at real app engagement and user behavior
This dashboard represents only a portion of the consumer behavior data points and app analytics that can be provided (our panelists generate over 50 million data points daily). Here are some interesting data points you can take away from the dashboard:
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Which trading platform — Robinhood, Webull, TDAmeritrade, etc. — has the highest order flow per session?
How Squid Games impacted the usage of other streaming apps?
What time of day is Snapchat most popular?
The OMCP also allows you to query by geographical region as well as capture other key KPIs, metrics, and demographics. You can also analyze how app usage trends over time by accessing our historical database and real time data.
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