App Download & Revenue Estimates

  • Track download & revenue estimates for any app in 100+ countries
  • Easily compare your own data with competitor estimates in one graph
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Monitor app download & revenue performance worldwide

Get valuable insights into how well your competitors attract & convert users with worldwide app analytics.

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TIME SERIES DATA

Historical data for any app in 100+ countries

For both the App Store & Google Play in over 100 countries, we provide download & revenue estimates for any app, going back to 2015.

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DRIVEN BY DATA SCIENCE

Deep learning models provide accurate estimates

Our machine-learning algorithm analyzes millions of real app store data points to return download & revenue estimates for any app. Thanks to our unique data science, we can provide accurate estimates that account for seasonality & competitiveness in any category or country.

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APP STORE INTEGRATIONS

Compare your real data to competitor estimates in one graph

Integrate your App Store Connect or Google Play Console to compare your real downloads, revenue, conversion rates & more with competitors in one graph.

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APP STORE API

Leverage our API for custom analyses & industry trends

Want to access download or revenue estimates for a large number of apps, on a regular basis, or with minimal effort? Integrate data from 3+ million apps and examine worldwide market & app store trends with our App Store API.

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FAQ

How can I find the number of downloads for an app?

The number of downloads for an app can be found in many ways:

 

  • App Store: the number of first-time downloads can be found in App Store Connect on the App Analytics page, in the Units column.
  • Google Play: the number of first-time downloads can be found in the KPIs section of your Google Play Console by selecting “Individual Device Installs.”
  • Third-party analytics tools: Third-party analytics tools like AppTweak can provide download estimates for any app worldwide.

 

How many downloads does an app need to be successful?

There is no specific number of downloads required for an app to be considered successful. An app is successful if it meets its intended goals, meets its target audience’s needs, is a leader in its market, and/or generates a significant return on investment (ROI) for its business.

How many downloads does an app get on average?

According to AppTweak, to rank in the overall top 100 on Google Play in the United States, an app needs an average of almost 14,000 daily downloads. To rank in the top 5, an app needs an average of almost 53,000 daily downloads.

How do you estimate app downloads?

AppTweak has developed a machine-learning algorithm that estimates download & revenue estimates for any app or game worldwide. The model is based on millions of data points and takes into consideration:

 

  • The app’s category ranking.
  • The competitiveness of the category the app is ranking in.
  • The date range, to account for seasonality.
  • The country.
How do you estimate app revenue?

AppTweak has developed a machine-learning algorithm that estimates download & revenue estimates for any app or game worldwide. The model is based on millions of data points and takes into consideration:

 

  • The app’s ranking in the top-grossing charts.
  • The competitiveness of the category the app is ranking in.
  • The date range, to account for seasonality.
  • The country.