YouTubeStatistics is a powerful tool for collecting and analyzing data on any YouTube videos and then exporting that data to Excel. With this tool, you can track the performance of your own videos or any others you choose, and you can organize the videos you track into groups to make comparison even more effective.
This app has an intuitive interface, with a main screen dominated by a list of the videos you are tracking. Above that list, you'll see a few buttons that let you access the various functions of the app. To add new videos to your list, click the "Manage Data" button, which takes you to a new screen. Then, just click the "Add" button and paste or type YouTube URLs into the pop-up interface. You can add multiple videos at once, and then click the check mark to add them to your list. From this screen, you can also delete and organize the videos you're tracking. When you're done adding or organizing, click "Exit" to go back to the home screen to see the data for your videos. Refresh the feed to get the latest data, and then compare that set, which will appear as Data 2, to an earlier set, Data 1. You can pick any date for Data 1, beginning with when you started tracking that particular video, and the stats displayed include the number of views, number of raters with the like vs. dislike breakdown, and the overall rating for the video.
The next window shows the difference between the two sets of data you selected, and you can export all or part of your data to create an Excel sheet at any time. There is also a Help link that opens the app's manual online and that clearly explains how to access all of its features. Overall, this app performs well, and it's free, so if you need a good way to track YouTube stats, it's definitely worth checking out.