To Jailbreak Your iPhone or Not.

There are mix reviews on hi slut review. One of if not the main reason I jailbroke my iPhone is that I didn’t feel I should pay another mobile internet fee ($60+) to use my laptop. It’s like owning 2 cars. One has great gas mileage but you are force to drive the gas hogger when you take a long road trip. You deserve options.

Speedtest from iPhone 3gs 3.1.2

Speedtest from iPhone 3gs 3.1.2


I don’t do heavy downloading via tethering and you shouldn’t either. Anything over 5GBs in a month will throw a red flag to your provider. Just doing some moderate checking of email, blogging, and surfing the web should be fine.

Second, I love my iPhone. I believe it deserves a sexy look and it does. I hated the first version I owned because I had a terrible experience with the speaker going out on me in the 1st day of use. But the 3GS is awesome and has a much faster response rate because of the processor.

iPhone with a cool Leo Theme.

Cesar Ramirez's iPhone with a Leo Theme

Third and probably most important. You have an endless amount of 3rd party applications that allow you to do some stuff not available through the Apple store. As an example, I have an application called “iBlacklist” which allows me to block certain phone numbers or blocked numbers from calling me. There are emulators to play your favorite Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Gameboy and GB Advanced, etc.. games on your iPhone. If that’s not enough, you can treat your iPhone like a Wifi Router and allow it to serve a few laptops in your house. And finally, my most absolute favorite application is qTweeter which allows me to send a quick blog to Facebook and Twitter from any application I’m in just by sliding my finger down from the top to the bottom.

I will eventually add a favorite list of apps that I love on here. As you can see, I’m very passionate about 3rd party applications because it allows the end user to experiment with new possibilities. It also allows the app developer to get their name out there in recognition for these amazing applications.

Holiday Cheer from Google Analytics

As a special holiday treat, we’ve launched the Holiday bonus features:

Have you ever wondered whether a new trend in your data is related to a change in strategy at your company? With Annotations, you won’t have to wonder. Annotations let you share tribal knowledge and see your data in context.

Easier Tracking Code setup
No more guessing or hunting for the right tags to paste on your site. The new tracking code setup wizard makes custom tagging easy.

API updates
With Advanced Segments, goal configuration data, and more built into the latest API, you can build even more powerful integrations with Google Analytics.

More dimensions and metrics
New data dimensions and metrics will be made available, including those in our recently announced features.

You can learn about all of these features by watching the newly posted recording of the December 10th Google Analytics New Features webinar, which is the perfect complement to a roaring fire and hot chocolate.

Sign in to your account to try the new features.

Struggling to find the perfect gift for your web analyst?

Avinash Kaushik, author of Web Analytics: An Hour a Day, recently released his second book, Web Analytics 2.0. The new book is full of helpful insights and strategies for improving your web analytics.

In addition to helping make you a better analyst, you’ll be helping others. Avinash is donating 100% of the proceeds from sales of the book to benefit The Smile Train and Ekal Vidyalaya. You can read more about the book on the Analytics blog.

Merry analyzing,
Google Analytics Team

Happy Holidays!

I’m wishing you all out there in iNet Land a Merry Christmas (if you celebrate it) and Happy New Year. Let’s rock 2010 and make it a prosperous year.