We will stop support for single-factor authentication on October 4, 2021. To continue syncing your Apple App Store data, switch to two-factor authentication before October 4, 2021. For instructions to configure two-factor authentication, see our Setup Guide.
We have added a warning alert on your connector dashboard. You must now use two-factor authentication.
We have renamed our iTunes Connect connector to Apple App Store. This name change applies to the Fivetran dashboard and our documentation.
When setting up your Apple App Store connector, you can now choose the accounts you want to sync using Account Sync Mode. Previously, you had to separately specify the Sales and Finance accounts you wanted to sync.
This change only applies to new connectors created after August 24, 2020 and does not impact existing connectors.
You can now configure your Apple App Store connector using the Fivetran REST API. This feature is in BETA and is available only for Standard and Enterprise accounts.
When setting up your Apple App Store connector, you can now choose which apps, sales accounts, and finance accounts you’d like to sync. Previously, Fivetran synced all apps, sales accounts, and finance accounts by default.
We have upgraded the following subscription reports to version 1_2:
This version upgrade brings some changes in the fields of the above mentioned tables. Please refer to the latest schema information: https://fivetran.com/docs/applications/itunes-connect#schemainformation
You can now select how many months of reporting data you’d like to include in your initial sync. Choose from the following options:
- 3 months
- 6 months
- 12 months (default)
- 24 months
- All time
We have added App Analytics for Apple App Store. We can now fetch apps, app analytics, and retention data for all of your iTunes apps.
We have renamed the
_fivetran_id column to
_index in the
You can now view the list of your tables that are available for sync in your Fivetran dashboard.