Jun 3rd, 2009
Filed under: iPod Family, Developer, iPhone, App Store, SDK, Jailbreak/pwnage
Are you an App Store developer? Are you looking to keep track of how your applications are doing from the convenience of your iPhone? The open source AppSales Mobile application has made a place for itself in the developer community, offering up-to date statistics with daily and weekly reports from the iTunes app store. You’ll need a developer license to run it, however, as it’s not available in the App Store. You must download the source, compile it in Xcode, and install it onto your iPhone.
AppSales Mobile offers an easy-to-use settings page. Just enter your iTunes Connect user ID and password and choose the currency you want to work with (this defaults to the euro, so US devs will probably want to change it to dollars). Return to the main menu and click the refresh button. If you’ve got a solid network connection, your reports will download in a matter of minutes.
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