• http://nearsoft.com Victor_Velasquez

    I think I would never do an extensive analysis of my site performance using my I-Phone. For doing so I would prefer to be working at my office, so I would use my Mac.
    My Analytics would be useful only for emergencies, to check basic numbers before a presentation or meeting. And when you don’t have your lap top available at that time.
    It is good to have basic information available all the time.

  • http://www.exposureonline.com TimDineen

    Are there any privacy concerns with any of these apps? Is the password to your account stored locally on the phone or do they need it in order to use the Analytics API on my behalf?

  • http://mdjensen.com mdjensen

    TimDineen – An independent review at onemoretap.com just came out that verified that Analytics App is only sending data directly to Google by setting up a proxy and watching the packets sent. You can see that post here:

    http://www.onemoretap.com/2009/02/14/review-analytics-app/

  • http://www.homestansted.co.uk/ mymirrors

    does this app, update the same as it does on windows? and how does it cope with muiltiple sites?

  • http://mdjensen.com mdjensen

    mymirrors – Analytics App fetches the data live from Google Analytics, so it is updated as Google Analytics is. For multiple sites, add them all to one login or share them from other logins to one main login and use that with the app. Thanks

  • http://www.homestansted.co.uk/ mymirrors

    mdjensen – thanks i will try that, thought this app would conflict with the normal use of multiple sites.