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I see a `n/a` as top referral domain and top referral page


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    Maor Gariv

    Hi Mauro,

    In native mobile applications and alike, the referrer has to be determined by the developer.
    We strongly recommend programmers who rely on these reports to utilize this header (e.g. fill it with the name of the application) and thus allow us to refine the reports and provide more useful information. Note that  n/a may also be displayed because the browser blocks referrer header. 


    Good luck:)

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