GAget for OS X
GAget has been a brilliant little utility for viewing a quick overview of your Google Analytics stats. It debuted as an OS X Dashboard Widget back in 2011 and the designer/developer Zoltan Hosszu has been making continued improvements to it since then, even releasing an iPhone version in late 2013 and updating it with more stats shortly after. Today, Zoltan has brough GAget back to OS X in the form of a Today Widget.
GAget is a really simple utility that you can enable as a Today Widget on OS X Yosemite’s Notification Center. This way, it is easily accessible by just swiping from the right or clicking the Notification Center icon in the menubar. Just like its previous siblings, GAget does a stellar job of showing you only the relvant stats from your Google Analytics properties. Stats such as Today’s Sessions, Users, Pageviews, a graph showing visits, Bounce rate, % New visits, Average time, Locations, Mobile are readily available for view in the widget. With a single click, you can open additional info in the browser.
If you have multiple websites configured in your Google Analytics account, you can select which ones the widget should show. GAget is available on the Mac App Store for $2.99.