iPhone [Safari] iPod Touch [Safari] SymbianOS [Safari] iPhone [Mozilla] Samsung-SGH-I607, Samsung-SGH-I617, HTC-8900, HTC-8500, HTC-8100, HTC_TyTN, Palm750 [Windows Mobile IEMobile] SymbianOS [Opera] HTCS620 [Windows Mobile Mozilla]
In order to achieve universal tracking of mobile devices or PDAs, marketeers or webmasters have to add a server side code snippet to mobile website. For the start, Google Analytics for Mobile is supporting PHP, Perl, JSP and ASPX (ASP.Net) sites. Google Analytics for Mobile also can track user’s engagement with iPhone and Android mobile application.
Google Analytics is going to add a new Mobile reports in the Visitors section so that users can see breakout data on mobile devices and carriers.
Users who interested to use Google Analytics to track mobile sites or apps can download the code snippet with instructions from http://www.google.com/analytics/googleanalyticsformobile.zip.
Note that Google Analytics for Mobile is still in beta. Webmasters or bloggers have to insert a code snippet to the very top of each web page they wish to track (above the opening <html> tag), append another tracking code snippet to the bottom of each web page they wish to track, just before the </html> tag, and copy ga.jps, ga.php, ga.pl or ga.aspx to the root folder of the website (“/”).