Use the Appstore Developer Console to review and download sales reports for your apps.
- Access Sales Reports from Developer Console
- Download CSV Sales Report Files
- Fields in the Sales Report CSV File
Access Sales Reports from Developer Console
To access sales reports from the Developer Console:
- On the Developer Console dashboard page, click the Reporting tab.
- In the left menu, click Financials>Units.
Sales Reports Page
For the year that you have selected, you can view the reports by Months (the default) or by Marketplace.
When you expand a section, the table contains entries for each marketplace (in the Month view) or each month (in the Marketplace view). The fields in the table correspond to the fields in the CSV file (see table below).
The unit sales reports provide the total units sold. The data can be filtered by year, month, app and marketplace. The IAP and subscription units associated with a specific app are also shown. The report includes units sold and units returned.
Sales data is updated every 24 hours. The timestamp at the top of the page indicates when the data was last updated.
Sales are finalized only at the end of the month after earnings reports are generated, so the sales figures are subject to change within a given month.
Active subscribers and Active subscriptions provides a snapshot of most recent information and do not change with duration. The started, ended and refunded subscriptions are based on the selected time period.
Downloadable Sales Reports
Starting with the January 2018 report, sales reports contain transactional data, but 2017 and earlier reports contain summary sales data. The CSV table has the same format for both old and new reports. However, the information in the table will vary based on whether the report covers 2018 and later years, or 2017 and earlier years.
In the CSV files for a transactional sales report (2018 and later), you can derive ASIN level earnings by summing up the earnings column.
In the CSV files for 2017 and earlier years, aggregate sales by App/IAP is provided. You can derive ASIN level earnings by summing up the sales price and applying appropriate royalty adjustments for prior years.
The transactional sales reports are grouped based on the month that the invoice was opened. However, there are exceptions, where the transaction is applied to an earlier or a later month. The following examples illustrate possible scenarios:
Early transactions in the month
The Amazon payment system generally does not close invoices exactly on the last day of the month. Invoices may remain open for the first few days of the next month. Transactions that occur early in the next month are mapped to that open invoice until it is closed.
For example, if the invoice for February closes on March 3, the transactions from March 1-3 are included in the February invoice.
Late adjustment for a closed transaction
The Amazon payment system will not adjust a transaction in a closed invoice. The system records the adjustments in the currently open invoice for that vendor.
For example, in February 2018, a refund is reported for a transaction that occurred in October 2017. Since the invoice for September 2017 is already closed, the transaction is mapped to the currently open invoice, which is February 2018.
Download CSV Sales Report Files
Use the following steps to download a sales report file:
- Select Download Center in the left menu
- Click the type of the reports you want to download.
- Click the month of the report you want to download, or you can download the reports for a whole year (Earnings and Payments reports only).
Fields in the Sales Report CSV File
The CSV file is a text file with a .csv file extension. The CSV file must use UTF-8 encoding to support localized strings.
The CSV file contains one header row (which displays the column titles). Each subsequent row in the file contains the information for one report item. The Invoice ID field defines a unique identifier for each line-item in the report.
The following table describes the fields for each entry (row) in the CSV file:
|Marketplace||String||The Amazon marketplace||Amazon.com|
|Country/Region Code||String||Standard two-digit ISO country/region code for the origin of the transaction. Refer to this list||US|
|Invoice Id||String||The unique Id for the invoice. This field is set to NA for 2017 and older summary data||8dd921637-b092f385a7ee4- 62c6494b3ed702|
|Transaction Id||Integer||The unique Id associated with this transaction. This field is set to NA for 2017 and older summary data as the sales information includes all transactions in a given day||21854260140446|
|Transaction Time||String||The date and time of the transaction. Format is MM/DD/YY HH:MM:SS XST, with 00-23 as the range of hours. XST is the time zone associated with the marketplace of the transaction. For 2017 and older data, this field indicates the date of sale.||05/21/18 14:39 PST|
|Transaction Type||String||The transaction type is either Charge or Refund||Charge|
|Adjustment||Yes or No||This field is set to Yes if the transaction is an adjustment. For 2017 and older data, if the transaction type is Refund, this field will show a null value.||Yes|
|ASIN||Alphanumeric String||Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN) for the App/In-App/Subscription.||C00006M4PF|
|Vendor SKU||String||String of up to 150-characters that can include the characters a-z, A-Z, 0-9, underscores, periods, and dashes. The SKU is case-sensitive.||com.gamevendor.fungame|
|Title||String||The title of the app or game.||Smashemup Truck Game|
|Item Name||String||Name of the app, game, subscription, in-app item or in-game item.||Smashemup Truck Game|
|Item Type||String||The type of the item. Values include Subscription, In-App, Game, In-Game, or Application. An Application refers to an app purchase, which is a new app installation that is unique to an Amazon account. Application items do not include app updates.||Application|
|In-App Subscription Term||String||The term of the subscription. The term can be weekly, biweekly, monthly, bimonthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually. This field is applicable only if the item type is Subscription.
This field is not applicable to Twitch.
|In-App Subscription Status||String||The status can be Trial or Paid. This field is applicable only if the item type is Subscription.
This field is not applicable to Twitch.
|Units||Integer||Number of units included in this transaction.||1|
|Usage Time||String||The usage time for an Underground app (in seconds). This field is applicable only to Appstore underground products. To calculate the number of units, divide the usage time by 60. For example, usage time of 1200 is 20 units.
This field is not applicable to Twitch.
|Marketplace Currency||String||The marketplace determines the currency of the transaction. See the Marketplace Timezones table.||USD|
|Sales Price||Marketplace Currency||Selling price that the customer sees after any discounts, not including sales tax. For underground apps, sales price represents the earnings based on number of minutes of app usage. Sales and earnings are the same for Underground apps. For adjustments and refunds, the sales price for the original item is shown. The actual adjusted amount or refunded amount might be different than the sales price (such as a partial refund).||4.99|
|Estimated Earnings||Marketplace Currency||Estimate earnings after deducting for Amazon royalties from this transaction. For adjustments and refunds, earnings are shown based on the adjusted amount or the refunded amount. Refunds that are deducted from vendor's account are shown as negative values for reports having earnings corresponding to period from Nov'19 onwards.||3.49|
|App User ID||String||Unique customer identification for the transaction. App User ID is not available in the following scenarios:
|Receipt ID||String||Unique receipt identification for the transaction. Receipt ID is not available in the following scenarios:
|Digital Order ID||String||Unique order identification for the transaction.||d01-6680198-0475238|
Last updated: Dec 28, 2021