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App Annie has been providing detailed analytics on all-things apps for a while, serving up figures and statistical tidbits on things like downloads, demographics, revenues, and rankings. But the platform has hitherto been focused on the iOS and Android realm.
Today, however, App Annie has revealed it’s introducing analytics and stats to the Windows Phone Store and Windows Store too.
App Annie initially launched back in 2010, offering support for iOS and Mac apps. Tracking was added for Google Play apps in 2012, and support has since been rolled out for the Amazon Appstore, so the next real logical progression for App Annie was the Windows realm — though it had previously supported the Windows 8 Store in beta.
So you can now dive in and see a good top-line view of what’s hot on Windows/Windows Phone, and developers can connect their apps to App Annie’s analytics for a more detailed dashboard, which includes a daily email with key metrics.
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