iTunes Connect Mobile now in App Store

Apple recently released iTunes Connect Mobile [Free - iTunes Link] which allows registered developers to track app sales and trends.  The app is available via the App Store now and is a free download.  For developers, this provides an extremely easy way to not only check sales numbers but to see trends on the go.

Simply log in and you'll get a nice layout that shows you not only your total sales but a breakdown of sales by application. From what I understand, you can see either daily or weekly totals as of right now. As we are currently working on applications and haven't released any yet, I don't see any breakdowns.  Any developers have any feedback on the breakdown or things you'd like to see in an update?

I think another really neat app idea would be if Apple released an app that let regular users see purchased app histories and showed totals of all iPhone/iPad apps they've purchased, as well as a monthly breakdown of what they're buying.  It would be interesting how much users spend on apps in total.  After 3 years of using an iPhone, I'd be nervous to see how much I've actually spent on apps.  Hit the break for some screenshots!

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Allyson Kazmucha

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iTunes Connect Mobile now in App Store


Damn, when I read the title I thought Apple had approved an app for wireless iTunes-iPhone sync. haha.

Allyson your idea of having an app that let's the consumer know what they have downloaded is a great idea. I've bought so many apps and deleted some, I want to see what I bought in the past because I forget haha

Twitter bought Tweetie... Apple should've bought AppSales (github), easier/faster to use and more detailed graphing.

I like the app, but wish it had a way to report revenue for the month. Maybe a chart that compared it to prev. months.