Tool TIme: Find Out What Your App’s Potential is with Priory Data Pro

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What does your tool do for developers?

Priori Data Pro helps developers quantify the market potential for any app. By providing statistics such as downloads and MAU estimates for any app across the global market, the tool enables developers to answer the following questions:

  • Is overall demand for my app’s category growing or declining?
  • Which geographic markets show the highest demand or fastest growth?
  • Who are my top competitors and how are their apps performing?
  • Which emerging players should I keep my eye on?

Who should use your tool?

We believe any stakeholder in a company dealing with apps would benefit from getting a better understanding of what is going on in the app stores. But we are primarily partnering with developers who are serious about their portfolio and aspire to grow their business on the basis of data driven rather the gut feeling based decisions.

How much does it cost to use?

The tool is completely free for developers that partner with Priori Data and share a subset of their information to help us improve the underlying product and accuracy. The data obtained through these partnerships is completely anonymized and never shared with any 3rd party.

How do developers implement it?

By adding a designated email with a read only access to their app store developer accounts. This process puts the developer in the driver’s seat as they can opt out any time they want.

Who should we contact for help?

WIP readers should feel free to write me directly; or you can write

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