Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Analytics For iOS Developers

I have a couple of iPhone apps in the App Store and I was getting quite frustrated with having to haul out a calculator every time I wanted to figure out how many downloads each of my Apps have in total. iTunes Connect seems to be very limited in the data it displays to developers and also how long that data is retained for.

Enter App Figures, a service that syncs with your iTunes connect account daily, and downloads and stores the data. In addition to storing updates, downloads, ranking, and reviews for each app in your account, it also stores iAd statistics. The data is presented in a really nice format with lots of graphs, it is quite reminiscent of Google Analytics.

If you're looking for a better way to keep track of your App Store apps check out http://www.appfigures.com. You can try out the service for free, and once the trial period is up it only costs $4.99 a month and includes tracking of 2 apps.

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