Official Google Analytics App Released For iPhone

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Marketers and website owners rejoiced yesterday as an official Google Analytics app was finally released for the iPhone, two years after the app was released for Android.

The iPhone app comes with everything you’d expect if you’ve ever used the Android version. Along with real-time and time-based reports, you can also use the app to view behaviors, conversions and more.

An official app is a welcome alternative to the third-party apps that Google Analytics users have had to use up until this point. The official app takes full advantage of the sign-in features in Gmail, Google+ and the standard Google app for iOS. Not to mention the design matches the other Google apps for iOS.

The iTunes description reads:

Access all of your Google Analytics web and app data from your mobile device. Monitor recent changes with Real Time reports. Easily get your Analytics data anytime, anywhere.

The Google Analytics mobile app does come with some limitations though. The limitations affect account configuration and settings, like creating properties or views, editing Goals or filters, adding users, and changing permissions. You will still have to sign in to your Google Analytics Account using a desktop browser in order to use those features.

If you’re an iPad user, you may be disappointed to know that the Google Analytics app is not optimized for the iPad, but hopefully that’s something Google is working on.

You can download Google Analytics to your iOS device right here.


Matt Southern

Matt Southern

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Matt Southern is the lead news writer at Search Engine Journal. His passion for helping people in all aspects of online marketing flows through in the expert industry coverage he provides.
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  • Dr.Spencer Jones

    Simply awesome. Just today I was listening to a podcast about Google analytics and was thinking about using more of it. And having easy access to analytics is something that’s going to be really useful and make tracking more easier. I hope they will also have notification sounds for goals. 🙂 Let’s see, searching appstore now…

  • centermassmedia

    Thank you so much, Matt. To be honest I just downloaded the App after reading the article.

  • Lyn Bowker

    Thanks Matt, you’ve helped me a lit with this post. I’m about to disappear down the Google Analytics “rabbit hole” as I approach my new business launch and beyond. Great timing for me :))

  • Rank Watch

    This was a long awaited app from Google’s end. Finally you now have an official Google analytics app. It’s looks good on the face of it.