The MyAppSales app for iPhone has been around for quite awhile. As the app connects through to iTunes Connect and downloads your actual app sales data it was never available through the app store, only through a donation to developer Oliver Drobnik.
What makes this app interesting is that not only can you get the actual statistics from your account, but the beautiful and highly functional interface — complete with charts and a multitude of historical data stored locally on your iPhone in a database, definitely placing it among the better app tracking tools and giving some unique data not available in iTunes Connect Mobile.
Here’s a video demonstrating some great features of MyAppSales:
You can find the Github at:
For Oliver’s writeup on MyAppSales going open source look here:
Open Source’ing MyAppSales
Even if you don’t need another stat tracking app, the code makes a great example for anyone looking to create an app in Objective-C that parses a website that utilizes Ajax.
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