The official RouteNote app launches on the iPhone, plus an update brings Discography and more new features to both iOS and Android users!

In April last year, we launched the RouteNote app on the Google Play Store. Since then, Android users have loved the ability to quickly and easily see their stats and contact support while out and about. Now, we are happy to bring RouteNote to the Apple App Store for iPhone users. This launch comes alongside an update to the Google Play Store app, bringing new features to Android users too.

The new iPhone app brings all of the existing features, such as earnings, statistics, support and more, plus exciting new features listed below.

New features available to iPhone and Android users


With the new Discography page, you can see all of your Approved, In Review and Removed releases. Please note, Unfinished and Needs Actions releases will not show here. Please finish these releases on to see them on the app. Search through your Discography, or filter by release type, Free/Premium or Shared Releases. You can also sort this list by Date Uploaded, Sales Start Date, Artist Name or Release Title.

From the Discography you can preview tracks and upgrade releases to Premium directly in the app. Please note upgrading to Premium is currently only available on the iOS app. This feature will come to Android in a future feature update. In the mean time, remember you can always upgrade releases on

Whether upgraded in the app or on the site, Premium releases get additional information, including Track Analytics and Fan Location. Both Track Analytics and Fan Locations provide you with super useful information that can be utilised on your future marketing campaigns.

Track Analytics

Track Analytics shows an in-depth look at who is listening to your music, with the following details shown on a track-by-track basis:

  • Access Type – The type of account, such as Free or Premium, your fans are using to listen to this track.
  • Age Group – Which age group does your audience belong to?
  • Listener Device – This chart shows which devices your audience listen on, such as computers, phones or TV.
  • Gender – Are you listeners male, female or unknown?
  • Source – Which source did listeners use to find your track?
  • Region – Which region are people listening to your track in?
  • Product – Which music streaming products or subscriptions are being used to stream your track?
  • Repeat – Did people listen to this track more than once?
  • Discovery – Did users discover your track via a playlist?
  • Completion Rate – Did users finish listening to your track?

Fan Location

Fan Location shows you where your fans are listening on an interactive world map.

More to come!

Keep it locked to the RouteNote Blog and our social media channels, as we’ve got so many more great new features coming soon, such as Create Promo Video to easily generate videos to promote your tracks.

Download the RouteNote app

Once you’ve had a change to test out the app, feel free to leave a review on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.