Mopapp, a mobile sales analytics platform, has just finished a two month closed beta and is now entering a free, public beta. The service allows developers to track the performance of their mobile applications in most major mobile app stores, including Apple’s App Store, Android Market, RIM App world, and more. The API will also allow for the tracking of 3rd party stores or custom e-commerce solutions.
If you have ever used Google Analytics, you will likely agree that Mopapp’s tracking has a very similar look and feel. The service will track all of your apps and rank them by sales, display demographic data, success from different stores, etc. Additional features are in the works, including the ability to import reviews and comments, which should be rolling out in the next couple of days.
A basic subscription will allow you to track 1 application, 10 for a basic plan, 50 for the professional, and unlimited for the enterprise level subscription. All prices are TBD, but the public beta is currently offering users the professional plan for free.
An interactive demonstration of the tracking features can be found here: http://www.mopapp.com/demo, or hit up the source link below for general information.