I can’t be the only one that’s curious about just how many downloads apps like Angry Birds, Cut the Rope and other popular hits get each month, week, or day, so it’s lucky we have app analytical services such as App Annie to help teach us just how often downloads occur.
A new update to App Annie makes it even easier for app marketing by giving users direct access to new daily data on downloads and revenues. It has also been moved to the browser, making all previous data that was previously accessible through spreadsheets now available straight from the internet.
The data is now also being shown in a more depth environment as well- with charts, graphs and analytical data available, it’s now easy to accurately see where and when downloads are happening, and this should help find the correlation between the downloads and why they are happening.
The new app analytics or ‘App Annie Intelligence’ costs a total of $15,000 per 12 months of usage, making it viable only to those who are serious about working in the app marketplace.
App Annie is mainly aimed at app marketers to help them improve their app marketing campaigns and work on ASO (app store optimization) but there are a few websites that track data and are available to access for free, such as Xyologic.