Andlytics

Andlytics


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Andlytics collects statistics from the Google Play Developer Console. It lets you track active installs, total installs, ratings, and comments for all your Android apps that are published on Google Play.

Andlytics can also collect AdMob statistics, including revenue, requests and impressions. It supports background syncing of stats and notifications for when changes occur.

Google does not provide a public API for collecting statistics. Therefore, if Google makes a change to the site it may cause Andlytics to stop working. In that case please be patient while we try to catch up.

Andlytics is open source, please feel free to contribute via GitHub, https://github.com/AndlyticsProject/andlytics

Andlytics is not associated with Google in any way.

"Google Apps for Business" and Multi-connected developer accounts are not supported yet. If you have one of these accounts, contact us via GitHub and help us to add support.

On some devices AdMob accounts keep disappearing, moving Andlytics from sdcard to internal storage might fix this.

For AdMob accounts that are linked to a Google Account you can find the API password on the Account Information page http://www.admob.com/my_account/account_info.

Keywords: Developer console, developer tools, android developers

Recent changes:
v2.7.0
- API update
v2.7.0-ALPHA3
- Fixed account specific preferences
v2.7.0-ALPHA2
- Better authentication error handling
- Fixed notification preferences
v2.7.0-ALPHA1
- Require Android 4.0+
- Added swipe-to-refresh
- New high-res action bar icons
- Ignore AdSense API quota errors
- Removed support for old (pre-AdSense) Admob
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Free
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4.8
User ratings
1950
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
2908 kb
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About Andlytics
Join the G+ community and register as a tester to get latest alpha/beta versions:

https://plus.google.com/communities/106533634605835980810

https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.github.andlyticsproject

Andlytics collects statistics from the Google Play Developer Console. It lets you track active installs, total installs, ratings, and comments for all your Android apps that are published on Google Play.

Andlytics can also collect AdMob statistics, including revenue, requests and impressions. It supports background syncing of stats and notifications for when changes occur.

Google does not provide a public API for collecting statistics. Therefore, if Google makes a change to the site it may cause Andlytics to stop working. In that case please be patient while we try to catch up.

Andlytics is open source, please feel free to contribute via GitHub, https://github.com/AndlyticsProject/andlytics

Andlytics is not associated with Google in any way.

"Google Apps for Business" and Multi-connected developer accounts are not supported yet. If you have one of these accounts, contact us via GitHub and help us to add support.

On some devices AdMob accounts keep disappearing, moving Andlytics from sdcard to internal storage might fix this.

For AdMob accounts that are linked to a Google Account you can find the API password on the Account Information page http://www.admob.com/my_account/account_info.

Keywords: Developer console, developer tools, android developers

Recent changes:
v2.7.0
- API update
v2.7.0-ALPHA3
- Fixed account specific preferences
v2.7.0-ALPHA2
- Better authentication error handling
- Fixed notification preferences
v2.7.0-ALPHA1
- Require Android 4.0+
- Added swipe-to-refresh
- New high-res action bar icons
- Ignore AdSense API quota errors
- Removed support for old (pre-AdSense) Admob

User reviews of Andlytics
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 3, 2015
Brilliant
A Google User
Feb 28, 2015
Awesome app
A Google User
Jan 30, 2015
Do rely on local time / Change hard to guess Do not use the local date and time settings: when I manually set it to some future date statistics are saved with that timestamp. Use server dates instead. - The notification does not really tell me what has changed. when I then open the app I can not see which of my apps has more downloads, comments, ... I have to check each manually which sucks.
A Google User
Jan 6, 2015
Very nice but I don't know the columns' names
A Google User
Dec 23, 2014
Change hard to guess The notification does not really tell me what has changed. when I then open the app I can not see which of my apps has more downloads, comments, ... I have to check each manually which sucks.
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