• English日本語한국어
  • Log inStart now

Configure settings for mobile monitoring

In the New Relic mobile monitoring UI, under Settings, there are options for changing your New Relic-monitored mobile app, editing alert conditions, and editing other settings. To authenticate your app's data, view your application token.


Access to this feature depends on user permissions.

To configure these settings, go to one.newrelic.com > All capabilities > Mobile > (select a mobile app) > Settings:

If you want to...

Select this

Change your mobile app's name


Change the Caution and Critical alert conditions for HTTP status code error rates, network failure error rates, or response time

Alert conditions

Turn on or turn off alert notifications

Alert conditions

Install mobile monitoring


Block or allow hostnames, create rules for status codes, and create aliases for hostnames


Upgrade our Mobile SDK in your mobile app


View your mobile app's authentication token

Application or Installation

View your application token

One of our data ingest keys is our mobile monitoring application token. For each mobile app you monitor, we automatically assign a unique, 40-character hexadecimal string to that app, for both the US and EU datacenter. This token is required to authenticate your app's data.

To view your application token:

  1. Go to one.newrelic.com > All Capabilities, click Mobile, and select a monitored app.
  2. Select Application or Installation.


Data reported from your mobile app is tied to a named app based on the application token. All apps with a single application token will report to the same place in our mobile monitoring UI, regardless of the app's name when installed on a mobile device. We recommend using a different application token for each platform to separate iOS and Android versions.

Mobile agent configuration

To further customize mobile instrumentation, you can configure the agent directly using API calls. Here are some examples:

Copyright © 2023 New Relic Inc.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.