Revelator Introduces 'Mobile Analytics' App
Mobile Analytics app is first mobile app designed for the independent music professional to provide monthly and daily trending sales data
Revelator announced its new Mobile Analytics app, the first mobile app designed for the independent music professional to provide monthly and daily trending sales data across all major platforms and services.
"The future of digital business is all about managing assets, channels, and data. Our magic is providing attribution, reporting, and business intelligence from one platform, and now it's in the palm of your hand," said Bruno Guez, Founder and CEO of Revelator. "It is important for record companies, publishers, managers, artists, and songwriters to have access to their sales and marketing data wherever they are so they can see the immediate impact of any of their marketing efforts on the consumption of their music, and our Mobile Analytics app will be a breakthrough toward ensuring full transparency."
The app allows users to access many of Revelator's key features on the go, including an overview of top tracks, albums, and formats as well as performance at city and country level and on different services; a Revenue Analytics sections providing a detailed breakdown of monthly data and earnings; and a Daily Trend Analytics section that provides daily performance data from iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, YouTube, and Deezer.
Users can also dig deeper into the data to view revenue and units by channel, country, service, label, artist, release, and track as well as quickly swipe through different time periods. They can also compare data across three different sales channels, allowing them to see how download revenue matches up to subscription streaming or ad-supported revenue for different periods and much more. Additionally, users will have the ability to switch accounts and invite other users to share their accounts.
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