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Parse.ly iOS mobile app


Download the Parse.ly iOS mobile app in Apple’s App Store. After downloading the app, log in to access your site or network’s dashboard.

Although a Parse.ly Android app is unavailable, you can load the web dashboard on mobile browsers. In any case, we recommend the fully responsive browser experience as the best way for all users to access data from a mobile device.

Device Support

The Parse.ly iOS app supports iPhones, iPads, and iPods Touch that are running iOS 8 and later versions.

How to Use the Parse.ly iOS App

Main Screen

View a graph of page views for the current day as well as site metrics like visitors, page views, social and search referrers, and engaged minutes if available. You can view metrics and top posts for the current day or the last 10 minutes. Sort the top post listing by tapping on each metric button.

The real-time graph shows page views per minute. You can see how today (green) compares to the eight-week average (gray).

The main screen of the Parse.ly iOS mobile app.
Parse.ly main screen

Post Detail

View details about a specific post like the post’s page view graph organized by traffic source, visitors, engaged time, and referrers.

Parse.ly app post detail page containing thumbnail, headline, publication date, author, section, graph of traffic by referrer, and a listing of traffic from each referrer.
Post detail screen

Searching for authors, sections, and tags will allow you to filter the main screen by that specific selection. You can also find specific posts by title or URL.

Search screen
Search screen

Network Rollup

If you have access to multiple sites in Parse.ly, then you can switch to a different site or your network’s rollup on the settings screen.

Selecting other sites.
Switching to other sites
Parse.ly Network rollup view
Network rollup

iPad Split View Multitasking

To run the Parse.ly iOS app next to your site on the iPad, swipe from the right edge of the iPad screen to load the Parse.ly app at the same time as a mobile browser. This multitasking feature works on the iPad Air 2 and later models.

Last updated: January 23, 2023

Last updated: January 23, 2023