iOS App Store Reviews API
Build custom alerts, reports or integrations for your iOS App Store reviews, along with Google Play Store and Amazon product reviews with Appbot’s RESTful JSON API.
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Gain insightful data with Appbot’s iOS App Store API
Monitor and report on your iOS app store reviews with Appbot’s API. Using a single source, collect reviews from all major app stores including Apple App Store, Google Play Store, Amazon App Store, and Microsoft App Store and build insightful data on what your customers really think of your apps.
Build business reports with our app store reviews API
Extract meaningful data to build insightful reports for your apps. Popular reports include aggregate reports for multiple apps, multiseries charts, comparative reports for app updates, and date ranges, focused reports combining other data and sources like revenue and downloads.
Send Apple App Store review data direct to Tableau
Compare your review data from Appbot alongside other data collected in Tableau. We offer a Web Data Connector which allows you to push your app review data from the Appbot API into Tableau. Excellent for comparing marketing spend with app reviews, analysing app star conversations and star ratings and mapping support volume to average star ratings.
Monitor your own alerts…
Monitor and track changes important to you - including changes to app star ratings, review sentiment, review volume or any other data point Appbot collects from your reviews. By monitoring your own alerts you can respond to reviews faster, and fix bugs quicker.
Integrate with third parties
Send reviews to other systems you use everyday including Slack, Zendesk, Freshdesk, Microsoft Teams, Zapier, Google Hangout Chats and Trello. Or push reviews to CRMs or business intelligence tools using webhooks that Appbot doesn’t have the native integration for.
Get started today!
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