appFigures is a unique, visual-based app tracking platform for iOS and Android developers/publishers. The platform brings together key app tracking data and information such as appstore sales, global reviews, ad data and hourly rank updates into a single, intuitive reporting solution. appFigures offers a free, basic tracking solution for up to 5 apps and also has a more premium service for a monthly fee that offers full access. In addition to reporting, the platform also offers live chat support for users and community support.

One of the biggest benefits of appFigures is that it can offer reporting at a glance in the form of visuals for effective analysis. Developers can clarify and analyse downloads, app sales and updates by date, country and region on a single page. Automatic reporting imports all reports for ease of use, and reports for the Top 400 app ranks for all categories in all app stores are presented with hourly updates. Users of the platform can also browse public data in iOS, Mac, Google Play and Amazon appstores and ad performance tracking from third parties can also be integrated into the platform.

  • Track all your mobile apps from multiple stores in a single place
  • Intuitive, visual-based reports offer at-a-glance analysis
  • Full support for multiple accounts, ad performance tracking and API integration

 

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    71% of all app uninstalls are triggered by a push notification. Push best practices from @samjarman https://t.co/C44yFPQ1aK

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    Fun fact: To download all iOS apps you’ll need 846 iPhones (or, 90TB worth of disk space) #apptidbit 🙌📱

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    RT @appfigures: 900K #iOS apps were released in 2016, and only ~27% of them are games 📈 #apptidbit

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    @_giorgosmous that’s true. universal bundles make up for a little over 50%.

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    #apptidbit: 45% of Apple TV #apps are paid. Most cost $0.99 - $2.99 💵

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