Google is definitely on a roll these days when it comes to its dedication to the Apple platform. One of the most prolific App Store publishers, the Internet giant in the past seven days alone has released or updated half a dozen apps for the iPhone and iPad.
Just a few examples: the company launched a new YouTube Creator Studio app for the iPhone, released another app to manage AdWords Express accounts for small businesses, updated Google Maps with Gmail appointments and mapped search results, posted the popular augmented reality game Ingress, updated Chrome for iOS with Cast support, refreshed Google Wallet with support for gift cards, free debit card transfers and more and started flagging Flash content in search results on iOS and Android.
And today, Google released a brand new Analytics for iPhone app…
If you run a blog or own a website that uses Google’s Analytics service to track performance, visitors and page views, the app will be indispensable.
It allows you to keep track of important metrics such as the number of visits, page view count, visitor interactions, web clients used to access your blog and what not.
“Access all of your Google Analytics web and app data from your mobile device. Monitor recent changes with Real Time reports,” reads the blurb. “Easily get your Analytics data anytime, anywhere.”
The iPhone-only 3.9MB download requires iOS 6.0 or later.