App Affinity Score represents the level of probability (%) that the audience of the analyzed app will also use the apps listed in the table provided.


Affinity score is measured relative to the normal usage patterns within the analyzed country, during the analyzed time period, and provides valuable insight into other apps your users are spending time on.

Affinity score takes two main things into consideration:

  1. Installs - the group of users that installed the app (doesn't mean they've used it).

  2. Higher usage of the analyzed app than its normal usage patterns.

Meaning, if we take Facebook app stats, for instance, the chances of a random user having Facebook installed are very high. However, that doesn't mean there's a correlation between the analyzed app and Facebook.

If we analyze Whatsapp and see that its users have higher usage values for Facebook than Facebook's average usage patterns, only then we will give it a higher affinity to Whatsapp.

This gives you a much stronger correlation between the apps - beyond which apps are installed along with other apps, or in use alongside other apps.


Affinity Score is an average based on the analyzed time period.


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Additional Resources

For more information on available Audience metrics and insight for apps, visit Audience Interests (App Analysis).

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