Like tracking site visits? Enjoy some time analyzing all that is your web site? Good news for you analytics junkies.
Woopra, one of the world’s most comprehensive, information rich, easy to use, real-time Web tracking and analysis applications, has added a new weapon to its arsenal. An iPhone app.
Not too long ago we profiled updates to Woopra featuring details on the new Woopra application which allows one to keep up with web traffic and analysis in a new HTML5 format. This meant, in part, that Woopra could offer users the ability to access their site’s stats and analytics straight from their mobile phones, albeit from the mobile browser.
With today’s release of the Woopra iPhone app (free), you can take Woopra’s real-time capabilities on-the-go when you are away from your desktop.
Through the new Woopra iPhone app you can watch as users enter your site, move from page to page, leave comments, download files, and more.
Woopra gives you visibility into what is happening as it happens, while also maintaining complete historical analytics that can be viewed at any time and manipulated using powerful search queries.
To begin, Woopra suggests you do the following:
- Go to Woopra.com and sign up for your account now!
- Add your Website in Woopra’s control panel, then install the tracking code on your site.
- Download the Woopra iPhone app, or the desktop app, and begin viewing your visitors in real-time!
A couple of things should be noted with respect to the Woopra iPhone app. First, the app is free for all, though it is an advertising supported. For users who sign up for a paid plan, advertisements, both on the on the desktop apps and iPhone apps, will disappear. Premium accounts begin at $4.95 per month.
Second, the Woopra iPhone app is in its first release. According to the developers the app has been “tested across 3G, 3GS, 4G and iPod Touch devices and it seems to be performing well; however, the application does require the Apple iOS4 operating system.”
Are you a Woopra user? Likes, dislikes? Do you think the new iPhone app will allow you to be more productive on the go than previously possible?