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Hey. I have a couple games in the app store, and I got tired of using itunesconnect to see the daily reports.

I found a python script that downloads the scripts for you.

(Just edit the script and add your username and password. I checked to make sure it wasn't a clever scam to steal my info... but you might want to double check)

When you run it, it downloads yesterdays sales file. I have my webserver set up with crontab to download the file everyday at 5am. So now I can just check my site instead of going through the hassle of logging in and downloading the file.

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Also, there's a program called AppViz, written by a guy I met a few weeks ago. It comes with a 30 day trial, but otherwise costs $20 USD.

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Bachus Wrote:Also see:

The same guy makes a free desktop version. It doesn't seem to have a web page, but here's a direct link:

I've also been using Zoho DB for some custom charts, but Apple keeps changing the date format which kinda screws things up. There's a Zoho tutorial here:
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I'm playing with the AppViz software. It's quite cool. Any reason not to trust it in regard to putting my itunesconnect info in it?

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