appFigures Adds Support for Amazon Appstore

July 10, 2012 in Services (E)

[] New York, New York - Multi-platform app store analytics giant appFigures has expanded to add support for the Amazon Appstore. With this new addition appFigures now supports four major app stores, including: Apple's App Store, the Mac App Store, Google Play, and the Amazon Appstore.

appFigures is now collecting hourly sales updates for: apps, in-apps, and subscriptions sold on Amazon's Appstore. Combined with hourly ranks, sales, downloads, and reviews, developers get constant performance snapshots. Most importantly, developers have the utility of appFigures' complete list of features, including daily email reports, automatic importing, translated reviews, multiple account management, easy data sharing, an extensive API, and much more.

"Tracking Amazon Appstore along with all the other stores we support makes it easy to analyze a portfolio of apps and lets our members make informed decisions based on real data," says Ariel Michaeli, appFigures co-founder. He adds, "developers now have the capacity to see all of their mobile data consolidated in a central place." The inclusivity of appFigures makes it easy to view apps from different stores, making practical performance comparisons a breeze.

Support for the Amazon Appstore is available now for all appFigures members.

To sign up for a free trial and for more details visit appFigures online.

appFigures is the largest multi-store app analytics platform in the universe, giving mobile developers the tools necessary to keep tabs on all their mobile products across a variety of platforms. The easy-to-use appFigures website simplifies complicated data, clarifying it with gorgeous graphs and making it super accessible with an API. For developers who are serious about tracking their products, appFigures is indispensable. Copyright (C) 2012 TinyPlanet Software LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, Mac, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.