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With my projects, it is always my goal to make websites or services that will help my PeerFly publishers or improve on the features we already have at PeerFly. We have a mobile page where our publishers can view some of their earnings, but it’s nothing really special. Well, I decided to go ahead and try to improve our mobile interface and created PFStats.com.
PFStats is a mobile web app built with jQuery Mobile that will work on nearly all smartphones and even some older phones. You can create your PFStats page in just 3 easy steps:
- Enter your email and PeerFly API key at PFStats.com.
- Open your email on your phone.
- Click the link generated to open your PeerFly stats on your mobile phone!
It’s that easy.
Mobile Friendly PeerFly Affiliate Stats
Once you open your PFStats page on your phone you should be presented with a screen similar to the one on the right (depending on your phone). This page has been created using the jQuery Mobile ThemeRoller and should update based on your phone model. With your PFStats web app you have access to your:
- Current Unpaid Balance
- Paid Balance
- Total Referrals
- Past weeks earnings
If you click the Recent button at the bottom of the page you will be taken to a page that has a complete breakdown of your recent affiliate and referral earnings on your PeerFly account.
If you have an iPhone you can get the full screen mode that is shown in the image on the right (not the regular browser view) by clicking the middle option button and Add to Home Screen. This will basically turn your PFStats page into an iPhone app.
The really nice thing about creating a mobile web app like PFStats rather than a native application (iPhone app, Android app, etc) is that as I mentioned before, this will work on nearly any smartphone and I can also do updates to it and they’ll show up live on all of those phones immediately without any need for you to update. As I continue to get feedback on the new app I will be making changes and updates as needed.
So, what do you think? 🙂