Google Analytics & AdWords tool for Mac OS X Excel

Since I published the Google Analytics VBA functions for Windows Excel in 2009, lots of people have contacted me hoping to find a similar solution for Mac Excel. After several months of development and testing, we now have this solution ready: Google Analytics and AdWords data can now be fetched directly to an Excel spreadsheet on Mac Office 2011!

We have currently implemented this technology in GA Data Grabber, our sophisticated tool for fetching and visualizing Google Analytics and AdWords data in Excel. You can download the demo version hereGA Data Grabber works with the Mac Excel 2011 (Mac Excel 2004/2008 are not supported), and of course, Windows Excel 2003 and later. All the Windows functionality is available also on Mac, but fetching data is somewhat slower, due to restrictions in Mac Excel.

If you have any questions regarding our Google Analytics solution for Mac Excel, please contact us at info@supermetrics.com.

Screenshots of GA Data Grabber working in Mac Excel



5 Responses to “Google Analytics & AdWords tool for Mac OS X Excel”

  1. Anonymous

    Hi there,

    great work! Are there any updates on the Analytics VBA functions for Mac?

    Best
    Christian

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  2. Mikael Thuneberg

    We’re still working on it. Looks like it won’t be possible to create VBA functions similar to the Windows Excel ones, instead we’re working on an add-in that can fetch the data.

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  3. Erik O

    Hello Mikael!

    Just went over to Mac and missing the beloved VBA functions for spreadsheets I built using them + future spreadsheets I want to build fetching GA data. Any news on the VBA functions/add-in for us mac users?

    Alternatively – can I fetch GA data and build my own spreadsheets inside GA Data Grabber?

    Cheers!
    Erik

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  4. Mikael Thuneberg

    No news really, we’ve concentrated on GA Data Grabber development, but we hope to release the add-in in the coming months.

    You can’t use the VBA functions in GA Data Grabber when using it on a Mac, but you can of course create custom worksheets that link to the reports that GADG creates.

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