The official Google Analytics mobile app lets you monitor all of your Analytics
properties so you can keep track of your business while you're on the go. With
this app, you can: 1) Check key metrics in built-in reports 2) Monitor
real-time data 3) Compare date ranges and apply segmen...
Love it but...
I wish it was more customizable. For instance i have multiple sites connected by default. That’s great since they go hand in hand, but wish I could separate them. Also wish I could set all the pages exactly the way i want them instead of having to go through a bunch of different ones. For instance a smaller site like mine cares more about the individual user than bulk activity. However the app is still very useful and is better than most other apps ive used... so overall im satisfied.
Knowledge is Power
Google Analytics provides incredibly powerful and meaningful data. This app is better than it's ever been. Relevant information is presented on the front page. All the detailed tracking is available in a well organized menu structure. Think about how you use this app... I make important decisions with my team while logged into the full version working at my desk. This app is for quickly checking your data and it serves it's propose well.
Ratings show the number of pot users
The only possible way you can rate this app highly if you are some sort of “recriational medicine”. Otherwise the number of positive ratings are simply don’t make any sense. This is a convoluted, useless, confusing, disorganized, mess. All I want to do is create a dashboard where I can see the country, city, and service provider. This seem to be an impossible mission. Yes, I am aware that I can start tapping menus left and right, and keep switching to various displays until I see the countries, then do this again to see the cities, then again to see hthe service providers. I have no understanding why is this simple task seem so impossible or convoluted. This is not the first Google app where G seem to create a disorganized mess out of simple things.
Please display current website, add “Today” to date range
I manage several web sites with Google Analytics. I view them all in the same app. When I change from one Google ID to another, it shows me the data for the website that corresponds to the ID I chose. But the top of the app looks exactly the same — I can’t tell which site I’m on until I dig into specific report data. Please display the current website at the top of the screen. Also, for the Custom Date Range, please add an end date of “Today.” Thanks!
Just awful UX
I'm pretty horrified about what passes for good UX these days. This app is poorly organized, hard to view important data, and presents me with mostly useless information in a confusing format. This is not a useful tool. This is a kitchen sink of features fitted into a boring design template that I can hardly use because I feel like I can't get to important data easily. Google stop letting robots design your software. Give it some personality and make it more digestible for humans. Is this really the best you can do for a flagship product? Gmail app redux is what this is. Why does google think applying the same UX methodologies to analytics is the same as it is for gmail? They are two very different products with different needs.
You can't improve what you don't measure.
Use it all the time to help me understand what actions I'm taking on various platforms affect my conversion rates given a specific time period. Also used its data points to help totally rebuild my new website—driving my average conversion rates from 3% to 12%. On a good day my conversion rates are now 42% of net new traffic. That's stellar performance and you can't improve what you don't measure. So this app is very helpful with the measuring piece.
Great app - would like better events viewing
It's fantastic how well the data is presented. Real time data, and filtering & segmenting works really well. Provides really nice insights through some of the default options provided. The only issue I have is for custom events - on desktop you can click to refine by category, action and label in any order. Super useful for single page apps where we leverage custom events heavily - but I can't quite figure out how to get a view of labels for a particular category/action combination on mobile app.
Amazing and very helpful but could be better!
I love that I can check in real time who is visiting my website from where and how many times they’ve seen it. Being able to see which pages are visited most and the search engine hits really helps me out a lot! I just wish the app was organized better and easier to understand, some of the terms I had to Google (ha ha) to understand. I am very thankful this app is free and I will can you use every day, I appreciate this at being free so very much thank you Google!!!
Useful, Helpful, Works like a Charm!
I love everything about this app and it really shows you the important inner workings of what is going on on your website! They make it so easy and organized! There is some of the information I don't use, that isn't relevant to my page specifically, but I could see how others would find additional information just as useful. So much to learn about your own page!!!
Good insights and I like that you can go back in time. We can compare traffic to the same time last year, for example, or easily see when we had peaks or slow times right from my phone. I’m addicted to the real time updates. Had an issue where the weekly view stopped updating. I uninstalled and reinstalled the app and now it’s working again. Overall very happy.
Google gives access to audience in real-time
As an online news publisher, a tool like this is invaluable. With the real time statistics we can gauge our particular story is doing instantly. We can show these numbers to advertisers by pulling out a phone. There’s a lot we don’t use like campaigns and e-commerce and we’re glad they put that at the bottom. The best part? It’s free. We think that’s worth five stars on its face.
If you are looking for an easy button, pay someone to do this for you. If you want to spend a few minutes to figure it all out, you will not be disappointed. It’s not simple but it’s so worth the time and money you will save by learning it yourself. This does require a little technical knowledge.
Please make a widget!
I use this app every day to spot changes in traffic on my apps and websites. The new version brings the most important information to the front in a clean mobile experience for when you're on the go and can't access the desktop version of Google Analytics. Update: Please make a widget!
REQUESTING a GREAT NEW FEATURE...
This Google analytics app is terrific, BUT an amazing feature would be if you can get real-time push notification alerts whenever someone is on your personal or business website that is being tracked by google Analytics. And/Or The ability to CUSTOMIZE any amount of people ranging from 1 to whatever and be push notified if x amount of people are on your website in REAL TIME. Thanks!
No landscape mode, awful UX
The Google Analytics website is shamefully nonfunctional on mobile browsers. Turns out the app is even worse. Lack of landscape mode on an iPad app is in itself unforgivable, but everything about this app suggests it was slapped together without the slightest regard for user experience. It remains impossible to use Google Analytics productively outside of a traditional desktop experience. In 2018, going on 2019. Unbelievable. It’s pretty clear glancing around this app store page that Google pays good money for good reviews. Shame they don’t just put those funds towards app development.
Yes. Google Analytics is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 5,162 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Google Analytics Is 34.3/100.
Yes. Google Analytics is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 5,162 Google Analytics User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Google Analytics Is 34.3/100.
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