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imbcmdth asked

Where can you see your current balance?

I have searched and searched. Why is it so hard for Amazon to make usable interfaces? This whole App Distribution thing is a usability disaster. Jon
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Venkat@Amazon answered
Hi, Thank you for your post. As per our understanding, your query is regarding "Apps earnings report" To view earning reports of your apps on Amazon App Distribution Portal please follow the below steps . Log into your Amazon Mobile App Distribution account. . Click on 'Earnings Reports' tab under 'Reporting' tab. . You can see listing of all apps earnings and individual app earnings. If you are having any other queries regarding earnings please raise a ContactUs ( https://developer.amazon.com/help/contactus.html) with your app details and one of our support engineer will look into your issue.
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No, Venkat that is not what word "balance" means. When you go to you online bank account you aren't given this horrible interface that only shows you your deposits from a single selected month. You can see your *balance* - the entire sum of earnings *minus* the entire sum of payouts on your account. Where is that number? Why do I have to dig through useless earnings reports and calculate what my balance should be myself? Jon
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For queries specific to this issue, please raise a ContactUs ( https://developer.amazon.com/help/contactus.html) with us and one of our support engineer from the appropriate team will look into it.
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Allan Folz answered
Hehe.You can do it manually by going to the Reporting tab, then setting the start search date to correspond with ending date for the period of the last payment you've received. For example, if your last payment was Jan 30, that would have covered sales through Dec 30. Therefore, set your starting date on the Sales report to Jan 1. It's a gross revenue number, so it won't show Amazon's 30% cut, or compute foreign exchange rates since those are going to vary until which day Amazon actually makes a payment to you, but I think it should get you reasonably close to what you're looking for. Good luck.
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Alex Cuff answered
Agreed it isnt made easy, each app sold should put up the balance and you sould be able to see a day/month/year balance
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