Appstat is a new mac os menu bar, a tool that enables developers, app sales, google analytics, and more

Developer Frank Krueger, has been published in a handy and useful mac os tool for third-party developers to the present day. The nickname for Appstat, the application lives in your Mac’s menu bar and displays detailed information about the applications that are sold in the App Store.

Krueger explains the reasoning behind the Appstat is in a blog post:

Right in your mac os menu bar, the Appstat is showing you the details of the App Store, Connect to, such as analysis, evaluation, and the mean value and the sale of the projects, in order to build, and much, much more.

All of these statistics are linked to the relevant section of Apple’s developer website in order for you, direct from Appstat in to your developer account. As Krueger explains, which Appstat is a “great launchpad” as well.

Appstat is now available for just$ 10, which seems to have been a small price to pay for such a useful tool, if you are a developer.

For many years I have been journaling in the App Store, Connect to, and click furiously in order to get the information that you need. It’s a lot of clicking, and I found myself checking the reports is not very common, and it is certainly not by chance.

However, this is not good, in fact, it’s terrible! I’m an independent developer of the application, as well as the need to stay on top of things. I just want to make sure that my applications are working properly and that the customers are satisfied with them. My lively hood depends on it.

Krueger explains the reasoning behind the Appstat is in a blog post:

For many years I have been journaling in the App Store, Connect to, and click furiously in order to get the information that you need. It’s a lot of clicking, and I found myself checking the reports is not very common, and it is certainly not by chance.

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