After 3 months of development, we've finally launched Apphud. Today.
You have iOS app with auto-renewable subscriptions and Apphud SDK integrated. When a user purchases a subscription, you send App Store receipt to our server. If we find one of the following:
Apphud will send necessary notification to Amplitude, Slack and Telegram.
You may read about what events do we send in documentation.
This data will help you to make decisions regarding your mobile application.
Sending notifications is just a small feature of a big project. We want to help mobile developers earn more. Our goal is to help to increase Lifetime value of your app.
We are iOS developers since 2012 and developed more than 30 iOS apps by 2019. We faced a problem of tracking subscriptions a year ago and didn't find any convenient and affordable solution. And now we decided to make own solution: so the idea of Apphud came up.
When new subscription event occurs, Apphud sends them to external mobile analytics or messenger. Amplitude, Slack and Telegram are already ready to use. Mixpanel is coming. If you would like to ask us to add some special integration write us a few lines here: email@example.com.
We also send some useful information about users to Amplitude:
It's unsafe to validate App Store receipts on a user's device: Apple noticed this many times on WWDC. Send a receipt to our server. We will check if it's valid and send a response to your app.
Apphud provides an easy way to check user's subscription state. Use just one SDK method and find out if a user is in trial period or it's already expired, is he in introductory offer or is a regular subscriber.
You may assign your own identifier to a user – from your database, for example.
You may view transactions history of any user in Apphud. We also provide a bunch of useful information:
You may view a full list in our docs.
We never sold, sell and will not sell any information about your users and purchases. All data is secured using SSL protocol. App Store receipts are encrypted.
Our iOS SDK is open-source and written on Swift.
Apphud works perfectly even if you have multiple subscription groups in your app.
View pricing details here.