Google Analytics Finally Gets an iPhone App

Josh WolfordTechnology

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In pretty big good lord, finally news, Google has released a native Google Analytics apps for iOS. Available in 39 languages, Google Analytics for iPhone promised to let you "access all of your Google Analytics web and app data from your mobile device, monitor recent changes with Real Time reports, and easily get your Analytics data anytime, anywhere."

Considering Android has had a version of a Google Analytics apps for years, it's high time that iOS was invited to the party.

The app is plain but functional, with an overview tab that shows real time visitors to pages, total audience visits and a location breakdown, traffic sources, and a pageview grid.

Specialized tabs allow you to delve further into real time analytics, acquisition, behavior, and conversions. It's most of the basic functionality of Google Analytics on desktop, without the bells and whistles.

You can snag it right now over on the App Store.

Image via Google Analytics, iTunes

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