Google Analytics Stories November 8
Google Analytics updated with Google Material Theme tweaks on the web
The Google Material Theme is continually sweeping through the company’s Android apps, with some notable redesigns on the web with Google Keep and soon Contacts. Google Analytics is now the latest service to get some tweaks on desktop.
Google Analytics Stories July 13
We all know Google is in the business of analytics, whether it’s as a service to help web developers or to help improve the relevance of ads you’re shown. Android developers even have the option of putting Google Analytics into their apps to better understand their users actions and decisions.
It comes as no surprise to me that Google’s Fuchsia Team has decided to build analytics directly into the operating system.
Google Analytics Stories July 18, 2017
Google products like Search and Photos are pretty adept at answering queries asked in plain English. It allows people to search and issue commands as if they are asking or talking with an actual person. The company is now bringing this natural language processing to work-focused applications of Google Analytics. expand full story
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Google Analytics Stories March 28, 2017
Google Marketing Next 2017 keynote livestream scheduled for May 23
Announced on the Google Developers blog, the Google Marketing Next 2017 keynote livestream now has an official date and time: Tuesday, May 23rd at 9:00 a.m. PT. You can register to watch the livestream (although that’s not exactly necessary to do so) over at Google’s website.
Google Analytics Stories September 3, 2016
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Google Analytics 3.0 brings Material Design and fresh logo to Android app
Update: The new app also lets users share reports with anyone.
Google’s Analytics app has finally been updated to bring it up to date with the all-important Marshmallow-ified version of the Material Design ethos introduced originally with Android Lollipop. That means the top status bar blends in to the color scheme of the app which is now (mostly) bright orange.
I guess it’s fair to say that either the Analytics Android app hasn’t been a big priority, or that it’s used so infrequently that no one noticed the update hadn’t landed sooner, or both. Regardless, version 3.0 for Android is being rolled out, and has the new design and a new logo to go with it.