Google today released a new version of Google Analytics for Android, featuring a new card-based design, enhanced the functionality, and more reporting tools. You can download the new version from Google Play.
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If you’re the type of person who is following along with Google’s development of Chrome in all its forms – mobile, web browser, and operating system, you’ll be excited to see the Android iteration getting web app integration in Beta form this week.
Google today announced that third-party developers can now link their Google Analytics account with their Google Play Developer Console to gain improved app insights. The new data covers both user acquisition and engagement.
If it’s a Google product and it’s on mobile, it’s getting a card-based user interface. The latest product to get this treatment is Google Analytics for Android. With today’s update, though, the app isn’t just getting a new look.
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