You can get daily usage reports in the Top Streams page or Reports pane in Sales and Trends. You can also download these reports using Reporter. Learn more in the iTunes Connect Sales and Trends Guide.
You will see detailed information about the nature of customer’s stream, such as the Device, Operating System, the Source of the stream, and Container Type, which the context from which the play originated, Duration, and more.
To learn more, check out the iTunes Connect Sales and Trends Guide.
A new Apple Music daily usage report becomes available every day, but it will show usage from two days earlier. Weekly, monthly, or yearly usage reports aren't available.
Your usage report contains an event, content, control and a streams file. For detailed information on what's in each file, check out the iTunes Connect Sales and Trends Guide.
You can see limited information such as an anonymized person ID and a postal code.
No, Beats 1 data isn't available in usage reports.
You can see your monthly earnings reports in Payments and Financial Reports on iTunes Connect. You can also download these reports using the Reporter tool. You can learn more about our tools in the iTunes Connect Sales and Trends Guide.
Monthly earnings reports become available up to 55 days after the end of the fiscal month.
Yes, you can toggle from the Sales page to the Top Streams page to see graphical information about your Apple Music data.
This may happen when customers use Apple Music but don't connect to the Internet for up to 30 days. We're still capturing the plays and we'll include them in the reports the next time the device is online. You won't see duplicate entries across reports.
Yes, you can see this information in the Apple Music Stream Reports or in the Top Streams page of Sales and Trends. The information is under Device > Mobile > Android.
Yes, you can see this information in the Apple Music Stream Reports or in the Top Streams page of Sales and Trends. The information is under Device > Other > Apple TV.
You can find definitions of the various stream dimensions in the Apple Music section of the Sales and Trends User Guide.