Thank you to everyone that has downloaded the OpenStack Superuser Reader for iOS. The OpenStack ecosystem continues to grow, and I hope this app is helping organizations learn about the successes of others as well as where the technology is going in the future.
Since the release of the iOS app last December, the OpenStack Superuser Reader has been downloaded over 400 times. The top 5 countries that have brought the most downloads over the last 60 days are:
- US – 32%
- China – 19%
- Germany – 5%
- France – 4%
- Brazil – 4%
While the average daily downloads is a little over 4, the app has had a few strong days helped by the OpenStack Foundation with mentions on the Superuser blog, Twitter, and LinkedIn. I update the download stats every few days and anyone is welcome to view.
Android version available now
Since the app has just crossed the 400 downloads mark, I’d like to celebrate by sharing the OpenStack Superuser Reader for Android. It’s available now for free from the Google Play Store and I hope you like it.
In addition to a convenient way to read the latest Superuser articles, you’ll find links to Summit information, Planet OpenStack, ask.openstack.org, and the ever-growing OpenStack Marketplace.
This app wouldn’t have been possible without the help of many fine people including Lou Franco, Allison Price & the OpenStack Foundation, Sean Roberts, and Nate & Corey at Jones-Dilworth. AppThwack, AppFigures, Bitly, and Buffer also played important roles in development, reporting, and promotion.
A very special thanks goes out to everyone that has downloaded the OpenStack Superuser Reader app as well as shared it with others. If you haven’t installed the app, grab it now from the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store.