App Annie Announces New Statistic and Analytic Offerings for App Developers
|Stuart Parkerson in Marketing & Promotion Saturday, October 26, 2013|
The company has opened up its hourly iOS rankings feature for all users allowing developers to track the hourly rankings of the iPhone, iPad and Mac app stores. In response to the establishment of the new Kids Category for iOS, the company now tracks the top 300 kid’s apps broken down by age group. New countries have been added for Google Play including Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and UAE.
App Annie has also introduced a new granular view - In-App Purchase by type. Whether accessing through a subscription model or normal purchasing model, developers can now break down in-app purchases by types including Purchase, Paid Subscription, Auto-Renew Subscription and Free Subscription.
The App Annie app has also seen upgrades including pin code protection. Also, users can choose to see revenues in the currency of their choice including Euros, Yen, Won, Pounds, Lira, Ringgit, Yuan, Pesos and more. Offline support is now supported with data saved to the phone for times when access is not available. The app will now also perform faster with the addition of background loading.
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