Google Analytics, a free website traffic analysis tool from Google, doesn't work in Safari. Actually, that's not entirely correct. You can log in using Safari, and you can see most of the application, however if you try to view reports showing the analysis of your website (kinda the whole point of the tool) then you're out of luck, Safari user. Sure, the service is free and it works with Firefox (or any other Mozilla based browser) but I use Safari almost exclusively, and I bet I'm not the only Mac user like that.
What is the deal, Google, don't you love Mac users?
(Via The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW).)
Friday, November 18, 2005
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