Geography page for mobile apps

The Geography page for New Relic Mobile shows your mobile users' experience as a world view, including:

  • Color-coded response times
  • Network requests (calls per minute)
  • Data transfer size
  • Active devices
  • Network failure rates

You can also drill down to detailed information about each country.

The Geography feature is not the same as the Map feature for New Relic Mobile. The Map page shows an architectural view of the relationship between a mobile app and its related services.

Viewing the Geography page

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rpm.newrelic.com/mobile > (select an app) > Network > Geography: This page shows your mobile app users' experience as color-coded geographic locations. You can sort and view the charts by HTTP response time, requests per minute, total transfer size, active devices, and network failure rates.

To view or sort the mobile response time by country:

  1. Go to rpm.newrelic.com/mobile > (select an app) > Network > Geography.
  2. To change the information that appears (including response time, requests per minute, total transfer size, active devices, or network failure rate), select your choice from the Sort by menu.
  3. To adjust the amount of information that appears, select Hide < 1% throughput.
  4. To view summary information about a location, mouse over any area in color on the map, or mouse over the country's name on the list.

Use any of New Relic's standard user interface functions and page functions to drill down into detailed information.

Viewing drill-down details

To view detailed information about a specific location (including average response time, calls per minute, active devices, and network failure by type), select its location on the Geography page's map, or select its name on the list.

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rpm.newrelic.com/mobile > (select an app) > Network > Geography > (select a location): This page provides drill-down details for the selected location, including average response time, calls per minute, active devices, and network failure by type.

For more help

Additional documentation resources include Mobile Apps Overview page (features and functions available from your mobile app's Overview page, which shows the collected data as a set of charts).

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