With this revamp, AppTweak also allows you to analyze your own app's performance across multiple countries at the same time.

On your dashboard, under 'More ASO Tools', you can use this feature to prioritize your actions on different markets and pinpoint which ones require more effort!

How to add and customize your Top Charts

By default, we will show you the top-ranking free apps in the United States across the “All” category in the App Store and the Google Play Store. However, you can now create, edit, and duplicate up to nine different charts. Another valuable feature is the ability to reorder your top charts by simply dragging and dropping them in the order that pleases you.

1. There are two ways to add a new chart. “+ New Chart” button and the big round one next to the other top charts.

2. Start customizing your new chart by selecting the Store, Country, Type, and Category then click 'Add chart' to save your preferences!

3. Now you have successfully customized and added a new chart to your dashboard! You may customize, edit, add duplicate up to 9 different charts.

Analyze your newly customized Top Charts

Once you have added all of your 9 charts to your dashboard, this is what it will look like. You can view your charts using the 'Dense-View' or 'Wide-View'

In the graphic above, these are the Top 5 apps in the Health & Fitness Category amongst the United States, Canada, Germany, Austria, and Belgium in both the Google Play and Apple Store.

Filter your charts by a specific app, store, country, category, and type

If you'd like to filter by a specific app, you may do so by entering the app name in the search bar above. You will immediately see which country the app you entered is the strongest.

You can also filter your charts by the Store, Country, Category, and Type (Free, Paid or Grossing). Also, you can view up to the Top 200 ranking apps.

View the Top Charts by Rank vs Growth

The default view is by Rank. However, you can also view all of your customized Top Charts by Growth between two given date ranges. We take the rank on date 1 and the one of date 2 and compute the growth between these 2 dates.

Then, we will add a coefficient that will put a certain weight on this growth. It is a rule that will get you more weight if an app succeeded to get to the top positions (ex: An app going from 300 to 100 will be lower in the rankings compared to an app that went from 150 to rank 50).

Next to each app, we provide the app ranking growth from the two given date ranges.

Top Charts Ranking Growth

If you're interested in where these top 10 apps ranked one month ago, you can click on the graph icon to see today's top 10 apps progressions over time. This is a great way to understand well-established apps in specific categories or newcomers who have suddenly gained traction.

When you click on the 'View Rank History' graph icon, the category ranking history of the Top 10 apps will appear in the specifically customized chart you picked out.

Top Charts Ranking History

Taking a look at the history of top charts will give a better understanding of how strong or volatile these top apps are.

When you click on the 'View chart history' clock icon, each day's top-ranked apps will appear in the selected date range. You can view up to the Top 200 apps.

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