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Check How Well Your App is Doing with App Stats for Android
XDA member toxicbakery has released a very interesting way for devs to check the feedback on their apps, from a centralized place. App Stats will tell the dev rankings, comments, number of downloads and more for every last one of his/her apps. It may not seem like much if you only have a couple of apps out in the market, but when you have more than just a few, it can get cumbersome to see what is going on with each one separately.
The app is an essential tool that will save devs plenty of time and will keep them posted on everything while on the go. If you like the app or if you have any comments, please feel free to get in touch with the dev.
App Stats is an Android developer tool which allows you to check application stats and comments from one place. App Stats keeps you informed by notifying you when new information is available such as a new rating or additional comments. The lite version allows you to monitor up to three applications and includes advertisements while the pro version allows for essentially unlimited monitoring and is of course ad free.
At this time it currently does not support monitoring of 2.2 only apps however the fix for this bug is being worked on and will be short coming.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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