App Annie releases mobile apps to deliver analytics on the go

The cartoon mascot for App Annie.

Above: The cartoon mascot for App Annie.

Image Credit: App Annie
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To help developers that aren’t always at their desk but who are usually working, app-store analytics firm App Annie is releasing a mobile app.

People can use App Annie’s app to check how their apps are performing across app stores at any time. The program will tab into the full suite of the analytics company’s tools. This means developers can track downloads, revenue, in-app purchases, reviews, and more.

The new app is available to download on the iTunes App Store. It’s free, but it only fully unlocks for App Annie members.

In addition to the app, the company is also introducing new features that include an API that enables mobile publishers to tie in App Annie data into their own custom analytics databases. The information firm is also introducing hourly rankings for people that need more up-to-date information.

App Annie competes loosely with companies like PlayHaven, Chartboost, and Fiksu in the business of providing more tools and information to the people that make games and apps for mobile devices.

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