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Distimo Introduces New App Trends Data Service

July 30, 2013

New free-to-use resource enables anyone to search for and view the daily download and revenue trends for any app.

San Francisco, California (PRWEB) July 30, 2013

Distimo (http://www.distimo.com), the globally recognized app store analytics leader, announced the launch today of Distimo App Trends, a new, easy-to-use resource that enables, developers, financial services companies, mobile marketing executives and journalists to search for and view the daily download and revenue trends for the last two weeks for any app worldwide. Daily ranking data for every app worldwide in any category where it is ranked in an app store is also available, and all data can be searched by individual country. Supported app stores include the Apple App Store®, Google Play® and the Amazon Appstore®, and the App Trends service is offered free of charge on the Distimo website.

“Our new App Trends service provides a new degree of transparency to the mobile app market that has not been easily accessible to users before, and offers true insight into an app’s uptake and success over time. Services that provide free insight into the uptake of apps are in high demand, including our own Distimo Leaderboards, but all of these services have only shown ranking data – until now,” said Vincent Hoogsteder, CEO and co-founder of Distimo. “We’re excited to bring the first global service to market where anyone that works in the mobile sector can have access to daily download and revenue trends at their fingertips.”

Distimo App Trends shows the daily trend data for the past two weeks, and offers the most reliable download and revenue trending data in the market. The data is pulled directly from the Distimo AppIQ product, which utilizes the largest set of transactional data available globally to estimate the daily downloads and revenues for any individual app. Estimations are based on the transactional data of over three billion downloads per quarter. Full methodology is available on the Distimo website.

Users who are interested in the absolute estimated daily download figures and revenues for any app, by country, and with historical data can subscribe to Distimo AppIQ for additional insight into an app’s performance.

Additionally, the accuracy of Distimo’s app data is unmatched in the industry: 54 percent of apps are estimated with a margin of error below three percent, and 95 percent are estimated with a margin of error below 10 percent.

Visit Distimo App Trends to learn more.

About Distimo    

Distimo has a very clear objective: to help developers solve the app puzzle and make the app market transparent. Our goal is to provide the best and most actionable app intelligence for anyone who wants to compete in the app market. Our data-driven team seeks to help developers, brands and financial services companies gain actionable, timely and factual knowledge of what’s happening daily in the global app market. Distimo offers the following core services: App Analytics, to track all your important app data across all major app stores and ad networks; Conversion Tracking, to measure your full app sales funnel from discovery and campaigns to app launch and the full lifetime value of an app user; and AppIQ, the most accurate tool on the market to analyze the estimated daily download and revenue volumes for any app in any market worldwide. Distimo Leaderboard ranks the top apps in every country, category and app store, individually by day, week, month and/or quarter, and allows users to analyze them. An integrated data offering for the enterprise is also available via the Distimo API.

Founded in 2009, Distimo is a privately held company based in The Netherlands with additional offices in San Francisco, New York City, London, Singapore and Tokyo. Follow us on Twitter, read our blog or learn more at http://www.distimo.com.

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