As part of App Requirements, you created developer accounts for each platform. You can access those accounts to learn more about your apps and view analytics. In you offer an In-App Purchase, you'll be paid directly by Apple, Google, Amazon, Roku for each month you earn revenue from purchases.
iOS & Apple TV:
- Apple Developer: https://appstoreconnect.apple.com/
- Payment for Revenue: Made within 45 days of the last day of the month. Getting Paid Overview
- App Analytics: View data for Sales, Installations, and Usage.
- Sales & Trends: Provides next-day sales and unit data for apps and in-app purchases.
- Payments & Financial Reports: summary of proceeds for current month; in-app purchase sales
Android & Android TV:
- Google Developer: https://play.google.com/apps/publish/
- Payment for Revenue: Starts on 15th of each month for previous month's sales. Merchant Payouts
- App Statistics: View data for installs, uninstalls, ratings, revenue, and crashes.
- Sales & Payout Reports: View Earnings and Estimated Sales Reports
- App Revenue: View data for sales, managed products, and subscriptions over time.
- Amazon Developer: https://developer.amazon.com/
- Payment for Revenue: Made approx 45 days after the end of the month. Appstore Payments
- Appstore Dashboard: Provides graphical summaries of app sales and In-App Purchases.
- Subscription Reports: View data for In-App Purchases including active and refunded subscriptions.
- Sales Reports: View total units sold and estimated earnings, including In-App Purchases.
- Developer Dashboard: https://developer.roku.com/developer
- Payment for Revenue: Made no later than 60 days after the end of each month. Roku Payouts
Dashboard >My Account Information:
-Transaction Reporting: Purchases, renewals, cancellations; view individual transactions using User ID
-Sales Activity Reporting: Displays channel revenue (sales from transactions) over a given month
Dashboard >Manage My Channel >View Analytics:
Channel Engagement: Number of installs, visits, and streaming data
Channel Health: Number and type of crashes to understand how the channel is performing.
Viewership Summary: Number of visits, streaming hours, and rebuffers