App Center Analytics

App Center Analytics helps you understand user behavior and customer engagement to improve your app. The SDK automatically captures session count and device properties like model, OS version, etc. You can define your own custom events to measure things that matter to you. All the information captured is available in the App Center portal for you to analyze the data.

Please follow the Get started section if you haven't set up the SDK in your application yet.

Session and device information

Once you add App Center Analytics to your app and start the SDK, it will automatically track sessions and device properties like OS Version, model, etc. without writing any additional code.

Custom events

You can track your own custom events with up to twenty properties to understand the interaction between your users and the app.

Once you have started the SDK, use the TrackEvent() method to track your events with properties. You can send up to 200 distinct event names. Also, there is a maximum limit of 256 characters per event name and 125 characters per event property name and event property value.

Analytics.TrackEvent("Video clicked", new Dictionary<string, string> {
	{ "Category", "Music" },
	{ "FileName", "favorite.avi"}

Properties for events are entirely optional – if you just want to track an event, use this sample instead:

Analytics.TrackEvent("Video clicked");

Enable or disable App Center Analytics at runtime

You can enable and disable App Center Analytics at runtime. If you disable it, the SDK will not collect any more analytics information for the app.


To enable App Center Analytics again, use the same API but pass true as a parameter.


You don't need to await this call to make other API calls (such as IsEnabledAsync) consistent.

The state is persisted in the device's storage across application launches.

Check if App Center Analytics is enabled

You can also check if App Center Analytics is enabled or not.

bool isEnabled = await Analytics.IsEnabledAsync();