This explains on how to install a previous version of Analytics for iPad.
Delete the old App from your Device
Locate the icon of Analytics on your home screen. Tap and press down on it until the icons on the home screen start to jiggle. Next tap the X icon in the upper left corner of the App icon. Finally, tap Delete when the prompt pops up.
Download the old App version
You can download it here:
You still need to have a license purchased at the App Store, it will not sync to your device if you don’t have it. So make sure you download the right version.
Add the old App version to iTunes
Double-click on the
.IPA and your iTunes will prompt you with a replace dialog, OK it.
Sync it back to your device
Connect your iPad to your computer and sync the App back to your device. It will install the downgraded version on your device.
If it doesn’t, check that you have not checked off the App in iTunes App section.
You can always upgrade again by going to the App Store and installing the latest version of the same App again.
You can restore your premium license in the free Analytics for iPad App in the Upgrade Dialog.
At the very bottom is a note that says
Tap here to restore your license!.
Hit it and you will be good :-)
The App Store lists a free and a premium version of the App, there is no difference of them and updates are applied for both always at the same time.
The paid version was established because many users asked for it as an alternative to receive a premium upgrade.
The free version allows everyone to test the App for free and see what they will buy thru an In-App-Purchase to the premium version.
The paid version is for everyone that has In-App-Purchases disabled or is using a voucher to shop on the App Store.
Save as PDF for offline usage
The report is exported as PDF and made accessible at the Dashboard as
Offline Report. You can also access it in iTunes in the file sharing options.
Save as PDF to Dropbox
The report is exported as PDF too and uploaded to a Dropbox folder.
The first time you use this option, you will be prompted to authorize Analytics for iPad access to a single folder on your Dropbox. On all subsequent use cases the PDF files will directly be uploaded to your Dropbox.
You don’t have a Dropbox account yet? It is a great online service to easily share files between your computers and iDevices :-) Click here to find out more!
The report will be printed using the AirPrint feature of your iPad. If your device does not support AirPrint the option is not shown.
Forward as PDF, CSV or Excel TSV
The report is exported as PDF, CSV or Excel TSV and a new email dialog is opened with the report attached to it.
Open the Website
This opens a browser with the website link you have configured for the current profile. The configuration is done at the Google Analytics website.
In the lower right corner two arrows allow you to switch the report display to a full screen display.
Tap on it again to get all options back.
Tap again on the two arrows to get all options back.
In the free version you can switch between the most important reports in the menu bar. Just tap on the wanted report.
In the premium version a secondary menu is shown allowing you to select more reports in that category (i.e. Visitor Location). Many reports contain even a third level which is available within the report (i.e. screen resolution in the Browser & OS report).
The report types are based on the Google Analytics Reports. If you think one is missing, please use the Support link to get it added!
Each report represents a defined timeframe you can change by tapping on the dates in the upper right.
You can define a start and end date, both selected days are included in the reports data.
You can compare two timeframes by flipping the compare switch and selecting a second start/end date.
For faster access, the most often used timeframes are available with a quick selection like “today”, “last month”, etc – these select the dates for you.
To approve your selection and close the dialog, tap anywhere on the screen.
You can switch between your profiles by:
- tapping on the current profiles name at the top and select the new profile from the list
- swipe the current profiles name to the left/right to switch to the alphabetically nearest report in the same network (supported for the iPad 2 and newer only)
In case you have many profiles, you can use the filter option to quickly find the right profile. Just begin entering any part of the profiles name to filter down the list.
If you have too many old profiles that are are longer used then you can hide them on the Dashboard by unchecking them in the
The small pictures are screenshots of your website that are configured with your profiles. This feature is only supported for the iPad 2 and newer.
The Support for Two-Step-Auth was added in version 2.2.
Your email address, password and all reports are exclusively shared between your iPad and the Google Analytics Services using encrypted SSL connections.
Anonymous usage data (which type of reports are used) is sent to Google Analytics to improve Google Analytics for iPad.