From San Francisco to Seoul, mobile marketing teams across the globe are tapping into the power of Singular. With our worldwide user base growing fast, we’re launching new features to ensure Singular adapts to your local market, no matter where you are.
Singular now supports automatic currency conversions for over 180 world currencies. Just tell us your preferred currency, and we’ll display your dashboard metrics accordingly.
The currency conversion rate is calculated in real-time based on the specific day your spend and revenue are reported. When you load monetary metrics — for instance, total spend in the past week — each day’s spend is converted based on that day’s conversion rate, instead of using a multi-day average or today’s current conversion rate, which can reduce accuracy.
You can also see your ad spend in its original currency, as reported by your ad partners, alongside your converted metrics, by selecting the following in your reports builder in the dashboard:
- Dimensions > Original Currency: Displays the original currency used by a particular ad partner, as it appears on your bill (e.g., USD, EUR, JPY).
- Metrics > Original Cost: Displays cost amount in the original currency used by your ad partner, prior to any currency conversion.
Please contact your account manager or Singular Support if you would like to change the default currency for your dashboard.
凄い! Singular is no longer an English-only platform. You can now display your dashboard in multiple languages, starting today with Japanese and Korean, with many other languages to follow.
You can change your dashboard’s language by clicking the flag icon in the upper right hand corner of your screen and selecting your preferred language from the dropdown.
Not seeing your preferred language? Let us know and we’ll work with you to get your requested language live.
Singular API Filters
With API Filters, you can can now query Singular’s API with far greater precision to get back just the data you need.
Previously, responses from the Singular API required additional parsing to isolate performance metrics per source or per country. Now, just pass filter parameters into your queries to get back granular data down to the app, source, platform or country-level, or any custom dimension you’ve configured in Singular.
For example, say you’d like to power an internal interface that aggregates your marketing performance across social ad channels. Simply append the source parameter to a Singular API query and include the names of any relevant social channels:
As always, let us know if you have questions or feedback!
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