Gain visibility into how all of your revenue channels are performing with Appfigures, and start making more informed decisions easily. We do all the heavy lifting so you can spend more time analyzing.
Appfigures automatically collects and aggregates ad revenue from all of the ad networks you use, as well as revenue from subscriptions, in-app purchases, and app sales, saving you precious time and eliminating collection errors. We then normalize it all, so you can analyze it together easily.
Are you making the most revenue per impression? With all of your revenue data in one place you can quickly and easily benchmark ad networks and optimize your waterfall to give you the most.
Appfigures’ powerful reports let you slice, dice, and overlay all of your performance metrics to pinpoint areas for optimization quickly.
Things change often. Having all of your ad KPIs for all of the different (demand partners) you leverage in one place makes identifying anomalies such as a drop in ecpm or fill rate easy, so you can catch them before they turn into lost revenue.
Appfigures connects to ad networks and app stores directly, which means you don’t have to make any changes to your app or submit it for review. It also means you’ll have access to historic revenue and other ad metrics instantly, so you can start your analysis right away.
Share access with your team securely with granular access permissions
Do more with your data using our powerful developer API
Keep your finger on the pulse even when you're away from your computer
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Export your data as CSV or Excel for further analysis, or as a backup
We don't sell or share your private data, and give you complete control over it
With Appfigures I was able to track, coordinate, and see my apps progress in the App Store. I am forever in their debt and helping me reach App Store potential. Their customer service is top notch and their team is even more amazing.
Appfigures is one of the first apps I check before breakfast and before I go to bed—both to see how my app is doing, perform quick checks, and to read new reviews.