AppFigures now provides developers a collection of data points as it recently rolled out Windows Store performance metrics in its system.
Ariel and Oz Michaeli are brothers who began the New York City-based app store platform. They were once game developers who essentially grasped the value of good analytics data and the integration with the Windows Store transformed this value to reality that is by primarily providing developers with reports on metrics on revenue, downloads, ranks and on app store success. Furthermore, it will incorporate 20 ad networks like Google’s AdMob and Apple’s iAd. With this action, the platform have confidence in selling over a billion of Windows 10-enabled devices for the succeeding two to three years,
As Ariel Michaeli says it, AppFigures centers on working diligently with developers to assist them in apprehending and optimizing their performance in the app stores. AppFigures said that it currently tracks over 5 million apps in the app stores and that developers can track their metrics on the desktop or an iOS app (Android has yet an app for this). The company clearly says it does not package up app store data and trade it to advertisers.
The startup can be availed with either a free or paid version of its analytics product. Currently, it is used by 100,000 developers but Michaeli revealed that “not more than half” are paying for the product.
As for AppFigures’ partner in the integration, Microsoft has been in action to start off the Windows app developer community. This summer it fused its Windows Store (desktop) and Windows Phone Store (mobile apps) taking all apps in the Windows Store. It as well lately launched developer tools to streamline cross-device Windows 10 app development.
From its official opening last June 2009, Michaeli said AppFigures has been profitable.