iGoogle Analytics
iGoogle Analytics
1.0

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iGoogle Analytics free download for Mac

iGoogle Analytics

1.0
09 March 2012

Run Google Analytics as a native application.

Overview

iGoogle Analytics is a Mac OS X Web service that allows you to run Google Analytics as an application without opening a browser. It supports all Google Analytics features and has some extra features as well.

What's new in iGoogle Analytics

Version 1.0: first stable release.

Requirements for iGoogle Analytics

  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later

6 iGoogle Analytics Reviews

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rspeed
12 March 2012

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"Run Google Analytics as a native application" I do not think that phrase means what you think it means.
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Version 1.0
Michael-Vilain
14 March 2012
Yep. That was it. Would it be so hard to code an error message into all your apps to log in syslog that the app needs to be in the /Applications folder? Or to actually ask the user if they want to move it there? If they say no, have it delete itself. Or change the art in the install DMG to saying YOU MUST MOVE APP to /Applications for it to work. Personally, I can't think of any technical reason why an App would only run in /Applications and no where else. That's just sloppy coding. But not bothering to check that this is the problem is worse. It's lazy coding.
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Version 1.1
2 answer(s)
rspeed
rspeed
27 March 2012
iWebApplications don't actually write their applications. Rather, they're built using an experimental piece of software from Mozilla which generates single-site browsers in a few clicks. This seems to be a limitation of that software, and as it is long-since abandoned, it's unlikely to ever be fixed. It seems that they've added a message to the DMG files, however.
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iWebApplications
iWebApplications
13 May 2012
All bugs you've reported has been fixed, Please try latest version. Thank you and sorry!
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Michael-Vilain
14 March 2012
clicking on iGoogle Analytics.app does nothing. /var/log/system.log has Mar 13 23:44:41 xyzzy [0x0-0x31a31a].org.mozilla.prism.igoogle.analytics[45125]: Couldn't load XPCOM. Mar 13 23:44:41 xyzzy com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[650] ([0x0-0x31a31a].org.mozilla.prism.igoogle.analytics[45125]): Exited with exit code: 1 All your other apps don't run on 10.6.8 on my system: % java -version java version "1.6.0_29" Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_29-b11-402-10M3527) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.4-b02-402, mixed mode) This is the most current version of Java for 10.6.8 that I know of.
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Version 1.1
1 answer(s)
iWebApplications
iWebApplications
14 March 2012
Do you install them on the applications folder?
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rspeed
12 March 2012
"Run Google Analytics as a native application" I do not think that phrase means what you think it means.
Like (6)
Version 1.0
MrSaar
10 March 2012
Very helpful app, very useful for developers.
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Version 1.0
AlexMagik
09 March 2012
it's basically a browser (without address bar), it's not an app that pull data from GA. anyway, it works.
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Version 1.0
Fretdevil
09 March 2012
Will not even open on a 2011 MacBook Pro, OSX 10.7.3, Java SE6. Oh well, it is the evil Google.
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Version 1.0
6 answer(s)
Xlivelife
Xlivelife
09 March 2012
Please be more specific. What exactly happening? Thank you!
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Fretdevil
Fretdevil
09 March 2012
That's it. The app icon bounces one time and nothing happens.
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Xlivelife
Xlivelife
09 March 2012
It works great for me, I tried it even more than once. Please try downloading it again. It wasn't get accepted to the website if it wasn't working...
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Fretdevil
Fretdevil
10 March 2012
I did not want the app in my applications folder, so I installed it under "Utilities". It needs to be installed under "Applications" or it won't function properly. After all, it is a utility. As I have not yet found anything unique about this utility that differs from Analytics (WEB), I'll stick with my rating.
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Xlivelife
Xlivelife
10 March 2012
This is actually working great on the Utilities or any other folder in my Mac, you must be doing something wrong. Oh well, I am sorry to hear that though.
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Fretdevil
Fretdevil
10 March 2012
It's really not a big deal. It's probably a permissions problem that is not worth trying to figure out. I am happy using Analytics on my iPad and the web. BTW, it is working on my MBP after reinstallation into "Applications".
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