The last couple of months have been absolutely crazy for us at MDHQ. We’ve been busy dealing with tons of growth, helping out customers and listening to their needs, scaling our software (good news: the average page load time over the last week was 500ms — the lowest it has ever been. As Fred Wilson says, speed is a feature!), publishing great content on app marketing and app store optimization, and more.
But, in the midst of it all, we’ve somehow managed to continue building our product (this is all credit to our amazing developer, Brett).
One of the most requested features we’ve heard is the ability to export your data to CSV or PDF. Today we’re proud to announce the available of both PDF and CSV exporting.
All current Publisher subscribers will receive access to the exporting feature immediately and for free, included in the cost of your plan. We’re including this for all new Publisher subscribers as well, for the same price of $99/mo.
Our new PDF exporting gives you a dead-simple way to take any of your Top Charts or Search Ranking reports and turn them quickly into a downloadable PDF (perfect for sharing via email!). You’ll get all the same great features as the report page on our site: current ranking of your app and your competitors, historical rankings in a graph, and the current top 10 apps for this report.
CSV exporting gives you the flexibility to do anything you want with your Top Charts and Search Ranking reports data. We’ll simply give you all the data points we have for each report, and you can do whatever you’d like with it from there. For instance, the most common use is to import the CSV into Excel and build graphs or other reports from there.
How to export
Exporting is as easy as pie. As long as you’re a subscriber of the Publisher plan, you can export to PDF or CSV with one click. From your Top Chart or Search Ranking report page, scroll to the bottom and look for the Export section. In there, you’ll find a quick link for PDF exporting and CSV exporting. Voila, export complete!
We’re very excited to continue delighting and providing value to our customers. As always, we love feedback, good and bad. If you have any questions or comments about this feature (or any other), feel free to email us anytime at [email protected].
As General Manager of the TUNE Marketing Console, Ian is responsible for building products that simplify app marketers' lives and increase their advertising performance across all channels, including paid, earned, and owned. Ian joined TUNE in 2014 through the acquisition of MobileDevHQ, the industry-leading inbound app marketing solution, where he was co-founder and CEO. MobileDevHQ was a member of the TechStars Seattle class of 2012 and Ian is still involved with TechStars as a mentor and investor. Prior to starting MobileDevHQ, Ian was a Software Engineer with Amazon.com on their Traffic, Personalization and Website Platform teams. A Detroit native and Seattle transplant, Ian studied Computer Science at the University of Chicago.