1. steinbej's Avatar
    Hi folks,

    I now have 6 apps at iTunes, all free. Since no finances are riding on "sales", I have never kept track of downloads. But I would like to know about my download totals and trends. My oldest app is now 28 weeks old (went live June 1, 2010). iTunes Connect sales reports only go back as far as 13 weeks, while iTunes Connect Mobile app goes back 26 weeks. I've now lost the 1st two weeks of "sales" totals for my oldest and most popular app.

    What can I do, if anything, to try to get this data? What can I do in the future to keep track of download totals for each of my products, short of perhaps creating and populating by hand a spreadsheet or something?

    -- Josh
    12-16-2010 03:06 PM
  2. evanluthra's Avatar

    PLEASE TRY OUT MY FREE APPS IF YOU FOUND THIS HELPFUL : iTunes Store - Evan Luthra Industries
    12-23-2010 10:20 AM
  3. PsychoChris's Avatar
    I use my MacMini as a server which polls the sales reports on a daily base. Check out the python script appdailysales. Simply configure it by entering your iTunes account infos and setup a CronJob.
    05-03-2011 08:02 PM
  4. rumsoft's Avatar
    We use appfigures.com to track sales and reviews. It's free up to 5 apps, but I think the "premium" cost is well worth the extra few bucks a month.
    05-07-2011 07:15 PM
  5. nadavhart's Avatar
    I use both appfigures and appannie. They complete each other in many ways
    07-25-2011 04:36 AM
  6. jayfuerstenberg's Avatar
    AppAnnie looks promising!
    08-12-2011 12:14 AM
  7. amitginni's Avatar
    I would vouch for appannie too
    08-29-2011 05:13 AM
  8. cdbeshore's Avatar
    I use flurry and it's fairly simple to implement.
    10-26-2011 11:34 AM
  9. Joe Pitto's Avatar
    I heard about appanie some time ago, and know many developers stick to it.
    10-30-2011 03:05 AM
  10. ahoura's Avatar
    using appannie and appfigures is the perfect solution.
    10-30-2011 08:00 AM