Analytix Updated for Honeycomb
You will likely remember this app from a few weeks ago. Analytix for Google Analytics is a creation of XDA member Folkert, who was not happy about the stats tracking tools available for website traffic. The app has gone a few updates since the last time we wrote about it, but the most significant one is that you are now able to view your stats and manage your site through your Honeycomb powered Android tablet. Considering the rising success of these devices, and the larger screens, which makes it easier to see all the data and graphs, a move like this was simply the right thing to do. Other improvements include a complete revamp of the UI, which now includes elements from Honeycomb.
The app is still in trial and error stages but the dev claims that it is quite stable. Please leave some feedback for the dev so that the app can be improved if bugs are present.
It’s called Analytix and it might be very useful for Google Analytics users. To my opinion, the current apps were not good enough so I decided to create a new one.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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