So it’s been a very long time indeed since we had occasion to note any new developments on the App Store sales tracking front — but what ho?
— 文字化け (@mojibake) October 16, 2016
Well isn’t that just an awesome burger with awesome sauce? For years we’ve been not quite annoyed enough with the vagaries of getting reports split out by revenue share with appropriate currency conversions to do it ourselves, and now here’s a nice looking tool all Open Sourced for those final tweaks!
- SALES REPORTS: Quickly view your sales reports for multiple products and days. Access information such as the number of downloads, in-app purchases, promo codes and refunds.
- REVIEWS: The key to a successful product is keeping your customers happy. Track reviews from each and every country, and even have them translated into your local.
- RANKINGS: Making changes to your keywords? Doing some marketing? AppWage tracks your rankings allowing you to see where and when your apps change position in charts.
- TRACK COMPETITION: Need to see the results for multiple tables at once? You can execute multiple queries and have the results for each displayed at the same time, including any errors and messages.
*does a little happy dance*
Speaking of nice looking tools, there’s a new multi platform review tracker out, Review Command:
Review Command gathers your ratings & reviews for all of your apps, from all countries, and all major app stores, and displays them in 1 simple feed.
Supports iOS App Store, Mac App Store, Google Play, Amazon App Store and Windows Store.
We bought that just now because it looked ever so pretty and hey it’s launch pricing of $19 right now so why not, and yes so far looks like it works well and is very pretty indeed. Responsive developer too — had a setup question because my iTunes account is weird and got a reply within a couple hours, on a Sunday afternoon no less. So if you have multi platform review management needs, or even if you don’t, we recommend checking that out too!