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Track Your Website Stats With Simple Analytics Widget For Android
Facebook is not the only way for people to have their stuff on the internet. People normally have their own sites for business related purposes. To determine if your IT budget is being well spent, it is very important to track down some vital statistics regarding the number of hits on your sites. In other words, you can determine how good of a marketing tool your site is simply by measuring how many people actually visit it. This is where a service like Google Analytics come in handy. Yet, we are not always at the office or able to communicate with our website administrator to get this info. Thanks to XDA member RorolePro, this is a thing of the past. He has come up with a nifty little app that can serve as widgets with stats for your site. This means that you can have this information as soon as you unlock you device. The app will allow you to place as many widgets as you want and is very easy to set up.
Please leave some feedback for the dev if you liked this app.
I’ve created a widget to see your statistics from Google Analytics. The baseline of my widget is quick & simple ! You can configure the widget with few steps ! I’ve used the account manager system of Android to made the connection with Google Analytics API, your password is preserved !
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