…5.3 million active users reportedly updated to the current iOS 14.5
Apple’s App Tracking Transparency has been monitored by data specialists, Flurry — their analysis revealed that the entirety of Apple’s user base is yet to activate their respective app tracker since the current iOS 14.5 rolled out last month, according to its report which analysis is yet to end.
The analytical company reports revealed that since the current Apple operating system released over 2.5 million users have updated their Apple platform — which also includes its daily users on the latest iOS 14. Still, only 4% of its vast users have actively utilized its tracker.
Flurry focused on Apple users based in the States. Meanwhile, Apple has a total of 5.3 million global users sampling its latest operating system. Their statistical reports showed only 12% of users have activated their device app tracker.
The iPhone maker practices a Privacy-first policy whereby the current iOS 14 usually consent its user permissions to access the device’s random ad identifier — Flurry suggests regulators influenced Apple and several other tech companies to be privacy oriented.
Nonetheless, an iPhone random ad identifier represents the key for websites and apps to access or monitor a user’s activity while surfing the web. Now, users can be tracked or monitored by choice, switching on the app tracker toggle button the iPhone maker disabled by default.
Flurry’s analysis shows several users have opted out from being tracked which has been stable since users can now decide if they like being tracked. The analytical company also forecasted a noticeable change that declines iteratively for weeks now — this serves as a challenge that will significantly affect personalized ad marketers in a long run.
Facebook happens to discovered how to manoeuvre the Apple app tracker, aiming to lure users to activate their autonomous tracker’s enticing users with its irresistible products, Facebook and Instagram. Although convincing users seems tough, ATT suggests it might benefit Facebook in a long run.
Flurry’s analysis is yet to end — the analytical company intends to publish a daily update on Apple’s app tracking transparency for both iOS user-base in the US and globally.