How does Flurry Android SDK behave when application is placed in the background?
asked this on June 30, 2011, 16:18
Hi, i am implementing flurry for an Android app, does flurry SDK pause or end the session when the app goes to background or is it still continuing the session so the time spent on the background affects the session length, If it does not pause/stop the session when going background, is there a way to implement it so we can pause/stop it when going background and continue/start when it becomes active.
For Android, the Flurry session goes into a wait-and-see mode when the app goes into the background.
If the app becomes active within a window of time (default of 15 seconds), the session will continue. Otherwise, the session is considered ended at the time it went into the background.
Currently, there is no way at this time to pause the session and resume it programmatically.