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is it possible use Google analytics to track visits from nonbrowser application? will ga be able to recognize custom user agents or other http headers? Anyone has experience in this area?

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closed as off topic by Karan, Dave M, 8088, Baarn, Renan Feb 16 '13 at 21:48

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Did you have a look at Google's Analytics API, which includes a section you can expand titled "Specialized Tracking"? You will find explanations of how to track gadgets, mobile apps, and Flash apps.

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