• You can view App Analytics and Payout Information in each Developer Account.

  • Each platform requires you to Share Revenue earned from In-App Subscriptions.

  • Revenue Share is like a Service Fee you pay to to distribute your app. You'll share part of all earnings from subscriptions purchased in the app.

  • In-App Subscriptions & Payments are managed by the platform, not Uscreen.

  • You'll be paid directly by Apple, Google, Amazon, & Roku.


Revenue & Payments:

Platform:

Revenue Share

Payment Recieved

Payout Reports

Apple:

You receive 70% (details)

45 days after last day of month (info)

Monthly summary (details)

Google:

(access here)

You receive 70% (details)

15th for previous month (info)

Earnings & Sales (details)

Amazon:

You receive 70% (details)

45 days after last day of month (info)

Estimated earnings (details)

Roku:

You receive 80% (details)

60 days after last day of month (info)

Sales activity (details)

Increase Your Revenue to 85%!

  • Apple: Apply for the Small Business Program here.

  • Google: Offering 15% service fee (details); directions to apply here.


Analytics & Subscription Data

iOS & Apple TV:

-App Store Connect Account

-App Analytics: User engagement, Installations, Sessions, & App Store views.

-Sales & Trends: Subscription Reports & Events (activations, cancellations)

Android & Android TV:

-Google Developer Account

-App Statistics: Data for installs, uninstalls, ratings, crashes (details)

-App Revenue: Data for subscriptions over time. (details)

Fire TV:

-Amazon Developer Account

-Appstore Dashboard: Provides summary of In-App Purchases (details)

-Subscription Reports: Data for In-App Purchases (details)

Roku Channel:

-Roku Developer Dashboard

-Transaction Report: Purchases, Renewals, Cancellations (details)

-Channel Engagement: Installs & Streaming Data (details)

-Channel Health: Types of crashes (details)

-Viewership Summary: Visits & Streaming Hours (details)

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