I have been waiting for this for a long time, as have many of us real-time analytics patrons of the Woopra service.

Check out as Cesar Alaniz and John Pozadzides sit down and go over what could be available in the coming 45-60 days (no one can effectively predict Apple’s App Store approval cycle).

This is the one thing missing in the Woopra arsenal, in my opinion, that Clicky has over them.

What I do like is that the Woopra team is reaching out to us the user community for suggestions and feedback for functionality prior to the release of the app. I have a sneaking feeling that this app may cost something when it’s actually released.

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  • http://woopra.com/ John Pozadzides

    Thanks for the coverage James. Just as a quick follow up, we are not planning on charging anything for the app. The only exception to this is that we will likely have a few features that are only functional for clients on paid plans. So just like the desktop app, it will be fully featured, but we'll give paying clients some extra sauce to go with it. ;-)

    • http://www.thenewspundit.com jameshicks

      Thanks John for the clarification – seriously with the look of the app I may come back to Woopra as my default analytics package

  • http://woopra.com/ John Pozadzides

    Thanks for the coverage James. Just as a quick follow up, we are not planning on charging anything for the app. The only exception to this is that we will likely have a few features that are only functional for clients on paid plans. So just like the desktop app, it will be fully featured, but we'll give paying clients some extra sauce to go with it. ;-)

    • http://www.thenewspundit.com jameshicks

      Thanks John for the clarification – seriously with the look of the app
      I may come back to Woopra as my default analytics package

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