Appfigures is a comprehensive mobile app analytics platform. Appfigures tracks sales, reviews, rankings, ad performance, and more. Connect your Appfigures account to Grow and display your data in compelling, actionable business dashboards that help you make the right decisions for your company.
Get More with Grow — Your Appfigures Reporting Tool
- Gain powerful insights when you add Appfigures to your all-in-one business command center in Grow.
- Connect, blend, customize, and monitor data from Appfigures alongside your other essential business data in real-time, in the palm of your hand.
- Strategically visualize your data to focus your team around the goals and objectives that matter most.
“At CrossChx, we use Grow’s Appfigures integration to automatically report our mobile download numbers across multiple sources. This allows us to have a holistic view of our mobile application adoption. With Grow, we can also combine this data with our internal usage data to see a relationship between mobile downloads and new features being added to the product to make strategic decisions going forward.”
Questions You Can Answer With
Appfigures + Grow
How many downloads today?
What devices download our app?
What is our app rated?
How much ad revenue are our apps generating?
Are downloads increasing or decreasing?
How many education downloads this month?
Reports and Data Available From Appfigures
List All Products: List of all products, including name, developer, SKU, package name, release date, store, etc.
Sales: Downloads, Re-downloads, Updates, Returns, Net Downloads, Promos, Revenue Generated, Return Amount, etc.
Revenue: Revenue from sales, app, returns, education, ads, etc.
Ads: Revenue, Requests, Ad Impressions, CTR, Clicks, Requests Filled, etc.
Ratings: Product Name, Rating Date, Region, # of Stars
Example Metrics From Appfigures
- Total Downloads to Date by Product
- Revenue Generated Daily
- Returns – Last 30 Days
- App Installs by Month
- App Installs by Device
- Total App Downloads
- Ad Revenue – Last 7 Days
- Number of Re-downloads – Last 30 Days