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AppRanking 1.1.1

NOTE: AppRanking has been deprecated in favor of Applyzer.

Michael Dorn has updated AppRanking to version 1.1.1 and made it even more WOW. I tried it out with the app ID for iWoman and was rather astonished to see that my app has made it into the top 10 apps of category Health&Fitness in 8 countries. This could happen to you to if you start checking out changes of your app’s ranks with with useful tool.

What’s new?

  • Rankings are now saved (optional)
  • Export to CSV of ranking history
  • AppIDs are now saved
  • Expanded instructions
  • Lots of bug fixes

Known issues

  • No pretty icon, yet
  • Don’t click on the header to sort the results while update is in progress. You might mix up countries and ranks. But that’s only a display issue, ranks seem to be saved correctly in the history.

AppRanking 1.1.1

Note that you can easily select all countries by clicking on the header above the country checkboxes.

AppRanking for FREE (No longer available, see above note)

It’s a ZIP file with an Mac APP inside. Again, like all free software this comes without any warranty. Use at your own risk.

Categories: Updates


  1. Looks like the link is still to the 1.0.1 version.

  2. Oops. I’ll fix that. Also there is 1.1.2 in which Michael has added more fixes. I’ll clean up right now.


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