Last week I mentioned a couple of different ways to track app store downloads. This seems to be a pretty common addiction, and I guess it’s also nice to have something to show others 🙂
I received a question about whether or not I knew of any other apps available for tracking iPhone app sales data. Thanks to the power of Twitter I quickly found several more.
Here they are:
There’s also MyAppSales (20 Euros) which you can get from Dr.Touch, I haven’t tried it myself, but have heard some good things. This one’s not available in the app store because of Apple’s restrictions, and you will need to compile it yourself, but because it can access your iTunes connect information it provides another level of detail.
Thanks to @positionapp on twitter for pointing out most of these apps.
If you’ve used iTunes Connect you know the sales tracking data leaves alot to be desired. I recently found a couple of great free tools for those looking to track App Sales Data that work on the iPhone, Mac and Windows.
The first tool is AppSalesGraph which is GPL, and runs on both Mac and Windows. The app presents sales data in a very nice visual format.
The second tool is PositionApp which while it doesn’t track the exact number of downloads an app has as it does not work directly with an iTunes Connect account, it tracks the position of any apps of your choosing.
Please post any comments below, Thanks.