StatCounter unveils new Android App

StatCounter unveils new Android App

Sep 19, 2014

Webmasters rejoice!

Well-known analytics measuring entity StatCounter has just released an app for Android.

The app brings a lot of what StatCounter is known for to Android devices; as soon as a user is signed in, the user can (per the StatCounter blog):

– Compare your traffic trends for this week versus last week
– Examine recent visitors
– View your most popular pages
– Check where your traffic came from
– Plus much more

The app is available for free on the Play Store.

[Source: StatCounter Blog]

[Update] In-app Billing for Android To Go Live This Week

[Update] In-app Billing for Android To Go Live This Week

Mar 29, 2011

[Update: In-app billing now live on the Android Market! Android Developers Blog]

Over on the Android Developers blog, it was announced that in-app billing would be coming some time this week.

In-app billing will enable developers to do micro-transactions, subscriptions or app upgrades right through their app. In an example given on the Android Developers blog, you can see several virtual items for a “dungeon” game that the player can purchase to use in game. The possibilities are virtually endless and allow app developers numerous ways to increase their revenue stream beyond the initial app purchase.

Droid Analytics Review

Droid Analytics Review

Sep 17, 2010

A “visitor counter” at the bottom of your website is so 1998. If you want to know real data about your site, you need Google Analytics.

If you’re not familiar with Google Analytics (GA), it is code that you can insert into your blog or website that will help you answer questions you may have had:

How many visitors do I get per day/week/month?
Where do these visitors come from?
What are they looking at when they arrive?
What sites are pushing the most referral traffic?
What is the most successful route to push more traffic to my site?