Google Ads
Google Ads

Boost your Ego via your iPhone

Boost your Ego via your iPhone

If you run your own blog, no matter what the topic you no doubt check a range of different statistics. There will be your feedburner subscription statistics that tell you the number of people reading your blog via RSS. There are your mint stats tell you everything you could possible ever want to know about how your site is used. Finally you might also check your Twitter following.

ego

Massaging your ego each day with the one or two additional Twitter followers can be as much work as actually blogging. Well if you own an iPhone or iPod touch this statistic checking effort can not come to an end in the form of the suitably named ‘Ego’

Ego gives you one central web 2.0 styled application to check the statistics that matter most. With support for Feedburner, Mint, Twitter, Google and Ember the application covers the essentials. For a number of months Ego also allowed you to check your Google Page Rank but with feature has been withdrawn due to an issue at the Google end.

To be honest Page Rank doesn’t change often enough to need to check it on a daily basis. Ego offers the essentials, you can quickly view the number of visits to your website (including daily, hourly and monthly numbers), feed subscription totals and changes, and how many people are following you on Twitter.

Clicking on the widgets will change the display between stats for the year, month, and in the case of Mint the past hour.

It it is great idea for an iPhone application. One click and you instantly know the current health of your blog, feeds and followers. Lets just hope we always like what it tells us !

Ego costs just ?1.19 and is available on the iTunes Apps Store (here).

Be Sociable, Share!

    Related Articles

    • Mac Official Twitter ApplicationMac Official Twitter Application
      Mac Twitter is quite a lot like Tweetie, its predecessor- both for iPhone and Mac. There are 2 versions (Tweetie and Twitter) that use the same ...
    • Avoid Identity Thefts by Protecting your PrivacyAvoid Identity Thefts by Protecting your Privacy
      Buying online is simple, but it always has certain risks. There are more risks than just the privacy concern while you are using your credit card t...
    • My Mac Monday (MMM3) : Tim DaltonMy Mac Monday (MMM3) : Tim Dalton
      I'm an ICT consultant working in education, and have been a Mac user for nearly 10 years now. My main home machine is currently an iMac, carrying t...
    • Quicktip : Easy Flickr to TwitterQuicktip : Easy Flickr to Twitter
      As we kick off our new TotalApps Flickr group I thought this quicktip might come in handy. The ability to tweet photos as part of your 140 characte...
    • 10 Twitter E-Safety Tips10 Twitter E-Safety Tips
      I was asked where Twitter fell with general e-safety guidelines and unlike most social networking services twitter can offer a mass of very public ...
    • WordPress 2 for iPhoneWordPress 2 for iPhone
      I can remember my initial excitement when WordPress released version 1 of their blogging application for iPhone. Initially the application worked w...
    Back to
    News and Articles

    No comments

    Leave a Reply

    *

    *

    *