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Numerics: A customizable business dashboard app for iOS | TUAW: Apple news, reviews and how-tos since 2004

I’ve been playing with this lately and confirm it seems to work pretty well (although I have only used Google Analytics so far.

Simon

Numerics: A customizable business dashboard app for iOS | TUAW: Apple news, reviews and how-tos since 2004.

 

 

How to get the most out of Google’s apps and services when using an iPad — Tech News and Analysis

Going “all in” with Google’s online services does not mean that Android is the only option for your tablet. The following will show just how much attention Google has given to to Apple’s own iPad.

How to get the most out of Google’s apps and services when using an iPad — Tech News and Analysis.

iCloud can now sync bookmarks with Firefox and Chrome | Apple – CNET News

The latest update to Apples cloud-based service lets Windows users keep their bookmarks in sync among IE, Firefox, and Chrome.

via iCloud can now sync bookmarks with Firefox and Chrome | Apple – CNET News.

How to Find Anything in Your Gmail

Once you’ve used Gmail for awhile, hunting down a particular email can seem like a gnarly round of Where’s Waldo? — you know what you’re looking for, but finding it is another story entirely.Labels and stars can sometimes do the trick; other times, you need something a little more, well, advanced. That’s where Gmail’s advanced search options come in. Check out these 10 tips for advanced Gmail search functions that’ll make hounding old emails a breeze. Mad Men fans, keep a look out for example searches that would come in handy at a modern-day Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.

via How to Find Anything in Your Gmail.

Has somebody replaced Google with idiots? | News | TechRadar

Remember Google, the really good search engine with loads of great free products and a nifty mobile OS?

Bad news: someone’s sneaked into Google HQ and replaced everybody with rubbish robot copies. How else can we explain the way everything’s suddenly gone bits-up?

via Has somebody replaced Google with idiots? | News | TechRadar.

How to Get the Most Out of Google Analytics

After we published a primer for using Google Analytics, readers said they were hungry for more.Google Analytics has since revamped its design, giving it not only a cleaner look but also updated data sets. You can now find everything from real-time stats to details about which mobile device your site visitors come from.

via How to Get the Most Out of Google Analytics.

6 Best Practices for Modern SEO

Google’s search results aren’t what they used to be. Need proof? Just look at its results page. No longer solely comprised of traditional, organic site matches, Google now lists local maps, images, videos and social cues as well — and it’s affecting more than just what you see.

If you rely heavily on search engines for pageviews and sales, as many businesses do, Google search results will drastically affect how your customers find you. If your business needs to be seen and clicked, take into account the following six search engine tips.

via 6 Best Practices for Modern SEO.

Gmail for iPhone and iPad Is Here [UPDATED]

Google has finally released a native Gmail app for iOS, bringing its popular email service to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

UPDATE: Google has pulled the app and apologized for a bug with notifications. “Sorry we messed up,” the @gmail account tweeted Tuesday afternoon.

via Gmail for iPhone and iPad Is Here [UPDATED].

Introducing Dart, Google’s answer to JavaScript | ZDNet

Google has taken the lid off an early preview of Dart, a new web programming language aimed at helping developers address what the search giant sees as the shortcomings of JavaScript, with a focus on developing apps that scale from tiny to huge.

In his Google Code blog entry, Dart software engineer Lars Bak lists the following as the new language’s design goals:

Create a structured yet flexible language for web programming.

Make Dart feel familiar and natural to programmers and thus easy to learn.

Ensure that Dart delivers high performance on all modern web browsers and environments ranging from small handheld devices to server-side execution.

via Introducing Dart, Google’s answer to JavaScript | ZDNet.

Google Books arrives in the UK | News | TechRadar UK

Google has finally brought its efforts to muscle in on the digital books market to the UK.

Google Books is now officially available to British customers, with the company also pushing out the accompanying Android app.

“Readers in the UK now have access to the world’s largest ebooks collection, with hundreds of thousands of ebooks for sale – from major UK publishers like Hachette, Random House and Penguin – as well as more than two million public domain ebooks for free,” says a Google statement.

via Google Books arrives in the UK | News | TechRadar UK.