Google Play App Download Estimates History API


Google Play App Download Estimates History API. Retrieve comprehensive historical app download estimates insights for any Android app available on Google Play.

Definition

Endpoint:

GET https://data.42matters.com/api/v3.0/android/apps/download_estimates.json

Hits per request:

100

Rate limit:

3 QPS

Required plan:

Large or above.

Historical data:

default 30 days (365 with 'Historical Plan')

Parameters

Name Required Description Available Values Default
access_token required Your access token for using this API. You can get it for FREE by signing up .
p required The package name identifying an Android application. Any publicly available Android app package name
country optional ISO code of the country. If no country is specified, US will be used. List of Supported Countries. US
start_date optional The start date of the report A valid date in the format yyyy-MM-dd, for example: 2020-05-24
end_date optional The end date of the report. A valid date in the format yyyy-MM-dd, for example: 2020-05-30
days optional Set the date range from yesterday to the specified number of days in the past. Without Historical Package: Last 30 days. With Historical Package: Last 365 days 1
sort_order optional Ordering by date desc or asc asc
callback optional If supplied, the response will use the JSONP format with a callback of the given name.

Responses

Status Code Indication Content-Type Body
200 Everything is OK application/json
Attribute Type Description
package_name String The app package name (unique identifier)
start_date Date A date in the format: yyyy-MM-dd
end_date Date A date in the format: yyyy-MM-dd
dates Array of dates Sorted list of dates in the response
countries Array of countries strings List of countries in the response
download_estimates Array of Objects Sorted list of download estimates objects in the response. Each download estimate contains: array of dates.
Array of dates contains date - date string, total - total number of downloads. If a total is null, it means the app does not have data for this country on that date.
404 The package name is not found application/json Error object
402 Your request exceeds what's allowed by your current subscription plan application/json Error object
403 Your access token is not valid application/json Error object
429 Your request rate is over the limit application/json Error object

Example Request

Example Response


Last Modified: 26 Jan 2021


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