In this post I described how iSpy Analytics can be used to interrogate your Google Analytics account from your iPhone, but I’ve been made aware of an alternative solution, an app called Quicklytics.
Quicklytics provides a very quick and easy method of accessing your Website traffic, it’s certainly quicker to get access to your Stats then iSpy especially if you just want to see your hits over the current day, previous day and week, and you can quickly flick the screen to scroll through your sites.
You can also drill down into your analytics stats and pullout detailed information, although the strength of the app is in the speed that it can deliver you your vital traffic overview.
Quicklytics can be found in the App Store, it isn’t free but it is isn’t expensive. If you are a blogger or run a way site and like to follow your Web traffic on the move then this might be the app for you.
Google Analytics is a fantastic free web based tool from Google which allows Web Masters and Bloggers to track the Traffic to the sites. The level of detail into which Analytics goes is incredible, for example it provides the sources of your traffic, the country that your readers came from and even which OS they use, amongst many other details.
Unfortunately as it uses Flash the Google Analytics WebSite does not work on the iPhones Web Browser, however there is an App which solves the problem.
The App is called iSpy Analytics, is free and works brilliantly, proving access to all your Analytics stats, with it’s simple to use and easy interface you will soon find your way around the App.
This App is a God Send for those of us that like to keep a close eye on our website Traffic, but it goes without saying that you shouldn’t purchase this app unless you have a Google Analytics Account. To install iSpy search for ispy analytics in the App Store.