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June 4, 2015

appFigures Puts Numbers First

Developers Can Easily Access Vital Information on Apps

Developers have been provided a handy tool to track their own apps with ease thanks to a new iOS app developed and produced by appFigures.

appsThe company introduced the app this week, explaining it has been designed to do more than just track how many times an app is downloaded but to give developers more information, including revenue and reviews. It has been built “from the ground up” for iPhone and aims to be the most comprehensive app of its kind.

“We set out to create an intuitive mobile analytics experience that brings important information to the forefront without sacrificing flexibility,” Ariel Michaeli, CEO and co-founder of appFigures, said in a company press release.

“To do that, we built most interface components from the ground up, which allowed us to create a unique experience that we think will delight our users.”

The app operates by providing powerful yet flexible reports displaying vital information at a glance. Yet, users can filter and drill down for further information with beautiful charts and automatic review translation.

“appFigures for iPhone puts the information you care about front-and-center,” the company explains on its website. “A clean dashboard presents the most important numbers at a glance, while individual reports are intelligently designed to let you drill-down and filter data as you go.”

And, as noted by Tech Crunch, appFigures naturally allows developers to track their downloads, including in-app downloads, updates, returns, and educational downloads.

The app, which operates on all iPhones, is a free download appFigures customers.


W. Brice McVicar is a staff writer for SiteProNews.