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Sync Google Play data to Sourcetable

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Google Play is an app store for Android devices that contains over 1.4 million apps, as well as a library of games, books, music, movies and TV shows unrivalled by any other service in the world. It lets mobile developers and companies promote their apps to potential users, and track KPIs including Daily and Monthly Active Users (DAU / MAU) and Average Purchase Value.

Sync Google Play data to Sourcetable

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Find out how to make the most of your Google Play app store data with Sourcetable

Sourcetable Benefits

Query data quickly & easily

Google Play is a trustworthy, virtually free platform which business owners and developers can use to reach would-be customers and users of their app, and monitor its performance over time. By syncing data from Google Play data to Sourcetable, and combining it with inputs from other relevant platforms and databases, businesses can keep track of the success of their app, and its interactions with other key activities and metrics, at a glance.


Syncing Google Play data to Sourcetable lets users query inputs from multiple databases and platforms without having to learn SQL – making crucial app store data readily available to all members of your team.


Sourcetable brings together key data from Google Play and other platforms and stores quickly and intuitively, allowing users to automate processes and freeing up time to focus on other important aspects of their websites.


Sourcetable comes with a full suite of visualization tools for your reporting needs. Create visually striking dashboards, bar charts, line graphs, burn charts, mapping, scatter plots and more to share with your team and focus on the metrics that matter for your business.

How to get the most out of Google Play with Sourcetable

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Smart Templates

Use out of the box, tried and tested templates in order to cross-reference Google Play data and enable data collaboration across your entire organisation

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Quick Analysis

Analyse your app store data in cross-channel reports in the blink of an eye

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Ease Of use

Compile all relevant Google Play data into a single spreadsheet, to query it and find the key insights behind the numbers - allowing you to confidently adapt and improve your app store campaigns.

Who uses Google Play data in Sourcetable

πŸ“ˆ Marketing and Advertising professionals

πŸ‘·πŸΏ Sales and Sales Ops folk

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🏒 Ecommerce businesses

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Sample companies

Online businesses integrating Google Play with Sourcetable have access to all relevant data on apps, downloads and conversions, among others.

  • Retail online stores

  • Retail offline stores

  • B2B Platforms

  • Software as a Service

    (SaaS) companies
  • B2C Marketplaces

What makes Sourcetable special?

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Compile and sync your Google Play data together with findings from 30+ other sources, to drive decisions and improve your app’s performance

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Automate recurring Google Play data and reports, freeing up valuable time to focus on selling your product

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Create collaborative workflow templates and share among team mates, no SQL knowledge required

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sync Google Play data to Sourcetable?
Sourcetable is currently in Closed Beta. Sign up to the Beta here to tell us a little about yourself and request information on how to sync your Google Play data.
How easy is it to visualize my Google Play data using Sourcetable?
Sourcetable spreadsheets are designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, so anyone can view key data from Google Play - and other platforms like Apple’s App Store - at a glance without code.
Which app platform works best with Sourcetable – Google Play or the App Store?
Sourcetable enables users to combine data from both platforms, enabling businesses to better understand the relationships among available data, create cross-platform reports and dashboards, and gain new insights for making better decisions and identifying new opportunities.