New Countries for ASO

By popular demand, we're now tracking Keyword Performance in 🇯🇵 Japan and 🇪🇸 Spain, so you can now track your keyword ranks (with hourly updates) and inspect the top competitors with keyword insights and app intelligence.

New Metric: Uninstalls for iOS apps

We're now tracking and reporting uninstalls for iOS apps.

Apple recently started sharing the number of times apps were deleted from devices and we're now importing and reporting those in the Sales report.

The earliest available data starts on 5/11.

Update: This originally showed Uninstalls as available for both iOS and Mac apps, however that was a mistake. Apple is not reporting uninstalls for Mac apps at this point.

Subscription Analytics for Amazon Appstore

Amazon has recently improved it's reporting for apps that offer subscriptions and we're taking full advantage of that now!

Before, you could only report revenue from subscriptions through the sales report. Now you can take advantage of the Subscriptions report and get access to crucial KPIs such as Active subscriptions, MRR, Churn, Cancellations, and more.

And best of all, there is no additional cost for subscription analytics for your Amazon apps.

Go to Subscription Analytics →

See which reviews you replied to at a glance

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When looking at your reviews dashboard you can now easily see which reviews you already replied to, speeding up the replying process.

P.S. - Only replies that happened through Appfigures will result in the new tag.

Updates to our iPhone app

You can now view your ratings, dissect your subscription revenue, and monitor your ad campaigns right from the app.

We also made it possible to reply to reviews, fixed a few bugs, and improved overall performance!

Download it on the App Store

Granularity Selection in Subscriptions Report

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You can now select the granularity when in the subscriptions report. In addition to daily you can also choose from weekly, monthly, and yearly granularity.

Subscriptions reports can also be exported at these new granularities (much like other reports on the platform).

📈 New Ways to Analyze Trends

We've rolled out two new chart options to help you analyze your trends more effectively:

  1. Unified Axis - By default, overlaying two metrics adds a second y-axis to the chart. With the Unified Axis option turned on, the primary axis will adjust to both metrics, so you can compare both metrics directly.
  2. Dynamic Axis - When looking at trends for metrics that tend to have larger numbers with smaller changes, such as MRR or Total Ratings, having the y-axis start at 0 causes the trend to seem more flat than it really is. With Dynamic Axis turned on the y-axis will start at the lowest value and not 0, automatically zooming in on your data.

New Integration: ironSource

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You can now connect your ironSource account and track ad revenue for all of your apps right along side ad revenue and performance from all of you other ad networks.

Note: This integration replaces the SuperSonic integration now that it's merged into ironSource.

2-Factor Authentication Support for App Store Connect

You can now link your App Store Connect account even if your Apple ID has 2-Factor Authentication enabled.

Instructions →

New Ad Unit/Campaign Management Page

The unit matching page, where you manage ad units and campaigns, has been redesigned from the ground up to be faster and easier to use.

What's New:

  1. Bulk operations - You can now modify multiple units at once.
  2. Faster page load - The list of units loads much faster for publishers who manage many units.
  3. Better search - You can now search for units by name or ID.
  4. New app selector - The app selector loads much more quickly regardless of how many apps you have in your account.

Try it out