NeoWORX 1.0 for iOS - Track Blog, Website, or Social Page Traffic Stats
October 19, 2010 in Utilities
[prMac.com] Paris, France - NeoWORX is pleased to introduce NeoWORX 1.0, an iOS compatible version of the highly successful NeoWORX web traffic tracking and analysis service for Mac and PC. The free app enables the user to track the time, date, and location of anyone, worldwide who visits the user's Blog, Website, eBay Store, Social Page or any kind of web presence. Following a free 15-day trial period, the user may opt for limited free service or a low cost paid subscription service. It is one of the first iPhone apps to display past or present traffic, by country or city, by unique visitors or page views, including graphic visualization and detailed statistics.
In addition to tracking worldwide traffic, the app enables access to widgets that will display visitors by the flag of their country, on a globe or on a map directly on the user's web pages. In this way the website owner can proudly display its worldwide traffic, much like amateur radio operators display QSL cards confirming contact with distant countries.
On launch, the app displays 3 large icons: Summarize, Visualize, and Analyze. Tapping Summarize brings up an eight-button selector console on the top of the screen and a scrolling list of visitors below. The four top buttons are coded blue, allowing the user to select one of four time periods to view: Total (since the start of the blog); 24H (in the past 24 hours); Recent (in the past hour); and Online (currently visiting). The four lower buttons add additional results filtering: coded yellow are Visitors or Page Views; coded red are Country or City. For example, selecting Total in the top row, and Visitors and Country in the bottom row (one each - blue, yellow and red) produces a scrolling list of total visitors by country, highest number of visitors first. Each entry on the list includes an icon of the country's flag, the country's name, and the exact number of visitors since the launch of the blog or website. Tapping the country's flag produces a breakdown by city. Deselecting Country by tapping City produces a similar list of total visitors listed by city, where tapping the country's flag displays a pop-up map of the city's location.
Returning to the startup screen, selecting Visualize produces a full screen, rotating Earth globe with red and yellow dots representing the home cities of respectively online and past visitors. The larger the yellow dots, the greater the number of visitors. The animated planet can be stopped, magnified, rotated, and set spinning in any direction for a great visual effect.
* Track web traffic using the iPhone
* Three modes of operation: Summarize, Visualize, Analyze
* Access and filter data easily, by time, location, visitors or page views (hits)
* Tap any city listed and its GoogleMap is displayed
* Tap any country listed to view visiting cities and their totals
* Receive alerts when selected traffic goals are achieved
The final mode of operation, Analyze, offers four different graphical interpretations of the data. Tapping Top 50 displays a vertical bar graph of the top 50 countries having visited, highest first. Tapping any bar displays the exact number. The Visitor Density map displays a color map of the earth with a thermographic overlay - hot for high density, blue for low. The Visitors Progress displays upward and downward trends by graphing the number of visitors on the y-axis, against days and weeks on the x-axis. Finally, choosing Totals brings up numerical data enumerated in the style of flip-card, train station totalizers. Available for display are Total Traffic: Page Views, Visitors, Cities, Countries, or Traffic Since Last Checked: Page Views, Visitors, Cities, Countries. Like the animated globe in the Visualize mode, all statistics in the Analyze mode would make interesting displays on any blog.
* iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
* iOS 3.0 or later
* 12.0 MB
Pricing and Availability:
NeoWORX 1.0 for iOS is a free app available exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category. NeoWORX is a subscription-based service. After an initial free 15-day trial period users have the choice to either subscribe to a paid subscription plan to continue using Premium services, or continue with reduced functionality free services. Subscriptions start at $1.95/month. Review copies are available upon request.
Located in Paris, France int.ent is a provider of web traffic tracking services. Occupying the niche between free web counters and expensive traffic stats services, their NeoWORX application for Mac or Windows has been very successful. The company strives to provide useful traffic statistics and well-designed visualization tools to blog and personal website owners. Application development by Roberto Speich of SeattleClouds. Copyright (C) 2010 Roberto Speich. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.