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I want to view the Google Analytics of my web sites on my Android 2.1 mobile phone. How can I view my Google Analytics data on Android?

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I received a very good asnwer from Bryan Denny, but has anyone got a recemondation which application to choose ? There are soo many ... thx – Edelcom Oct 3 '10 at 5:59
No one ? No experience with one of the applicaitons ? There are so many , it's hard to choose (and you never know what they do in the background ). So I certainly would appreciated some experience of other users. – Edelcom Oct 5 '10 at 15:20

Actually, they now have their very own Google Analytics app. Enjoy!

Description from Google Play:

Essential data for your sites & apps. Anywhere, anytime. The Google Analytics app shows what is new and what is important on your Google Analytics profiles. See real time statistics, customizable dashboards and intelligence events on your phone.

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duplicate: same as Al Everett's answer, don't know who was first though... – ce4 Jul 2 '12 at 18:02

There is now an official Google Analytics app. It requires Android 2.1 or greater.

Blog announcement

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duplicate: same as jlehenbauer's answer, don't know who was first though... – ce4 Jul 2 '12 at 18:05

Have you tried any of these applications on the market?

Additionally, you should be able to see most of the data via the web except for their graphs (which uses Flash, you'd need Android 2.2 to view those).

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just received my Samsung Galaxy S this week and it's my first Android device. So I'm looking around for all sorts of things (sites where to buy/download applications, good books for develoment and so on ... thanks for pointing me to this site. – Edelcom Oct 3 '10 at 5:57
@Edelcom congrats on your first Android device and welcome to Android! Appbrain is a good site to search for apps in the market. Dev books, look at my answer here… – Bryan Denny Oct 3 '10 at 13:09
up vote 2 down vote accepted

As an answer to my own question (which I re-discovered just now), I can tell I have installed:

  • mAnaltyics : gives you several charts and data of all your web sites coupled to you Google account. Very nice.

  • Analytics Widget : widget which when clicked, will update one count of one of your sites . Different widgets can be created. Very handy to follow the most important data.


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