Any website owner looking for ways to increase this traffic is almost bound to track Google Analytics and other site data analytics applications. If you belong to this category, this article will find the four best Android apps.
In this list our first three sentences are simple applications and the fourth is a widget, but everything is all very useful, depending on your needs and what you are looking for.
1. Google Analytics
Google offers one of its best applications, the Google Analytics and Android. This is the application that is widely used by most users, which is constantly updated and written directly by Google Analytics manufacturers.
What puts the app in first place is that Google provides great support for the app and that it contains an Assistant to help you set up and measure important information across the range of statistics. This is especially useful for new users who have just entered Analytics.
The DATAbox is another proficient candidate that does not just focus on Google Analytics. DATAbox is a platform built to track all performance indicators in one place and integrates a huge number of applications: Google and Adobe Analytics, Google AdSense and AdWords, HubSpot, PayPal, Stripe, Facebook, Zendesk, etc.
It's a really powerful, flexible solution for viewing various analytics applications on the go and it's worth giving DATAbox an opportunity.
What puts the DATAbox in second place is: great support for developers, integration of multiple third-party applications, and allowing you to choose which data sets you want to prioritize and customize your Alerts about data changes your.
The gAnalytics is one of the oldest Google Analytics apps for Android. Though you have to pay at least 2 dollars to use the application to the fullest, gAnalytics is a fairly stable, reliable option, especially if you like its interface.
While the application has very good support does not seem to offer some special features that are not offered by the other applications in this list. The interface is also very similar to Google. Of course it is still a fixed option if you do not want to use the Google application for any reason or register for the DATAbox.
4. Simple Analytics Widget
The Simple Analytics Widget is probably the oldest widget on this list. A look at the Play Store page will tell you when it was last upgraded, but fortunately the widget still works today. The application puts your Analytics data right on your home screen! If you do not want to open and navigate to one of the above apps every time you want to check in your Google Analytics, then Simple Analytics Widget is a great solution to get vital information at a quick glance.
Why is the list so small?
Unfortunately, there are very few Google Analytics apps for Android that are trusted or are still supported. Some premium options have not been updated by 2012, while some interesting new ones such as Deep have very few downloads and reviews and we are not sure that they will give you Google information without embarrassing ads.
An old popular option called mAnalytics was also a candidate, but it has not been updated since September of 2013 and at the time we write this article it no longer works normally.
So it's not just the best choices. Perhaps they are the only credible.