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This article was published on July 17, 2014

Google Analytics gets its own official dedicated iPhone app so you can view your data on the go

Google Analytics gets its own official dedicated iPhone app so you can view your data on the go
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Adding to its existing version on Android, Google has now launched a new incarnation of its Analytics app for iOS too.

Available globally and optimized for iPhone and iPod touch, Google Analytics lets you access all of your Web and app data as usual, but now it’s packaged in a mobile-friendly format for Apple devices. You can peruse page-view figures and real-time reports of traffic by region, source and more.

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Today’s launch comes a little over a week after Google launched a new standalone YouTube Creator app for iOS, letting creatives manage their channel wherever they roam, including checking stats, and responding directly to comments. And earlier this week, the internet giant further embraced iOS with the launch of its Ingress augmented reality game, while yesterday an all-new Google AdWords Express app for small businesses arrived for both iOS and Android.

So it’s been a busy week for Google on the native apps front. And you can download Google Analytics for iOS now.

Google Analytics | App Store

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