Google Analytics, a powerful tool that helps businesses identify and analyze their visitors, has been available for some time now, but the tool is still a bit limited.
And for most people, the tool isn’t available in their browser.
But now, for the first time, Google is bringing the tool to the desktop with an upgrade.
According to the Google Blog, this is a “major milestone” for the developer.
It’s the first upgrade to the program for Chrome and for all versions of the browser.
Users can now access the tool from within their web browser and use it to help their businesses find and optimize the websites they serve.
The company’s website optimizer tool is available in Chrome and Firefox for free, and is available for download on Google’s developer site.
It works in tandem with the company’s AdWords program to help you determine which web sites you should target and which ones you should ignore.