Put your Android phone to work for search engine optimization. These free Android apps will help you monitor your SEO performance and add critical insights in meetings, when you’re away from your computer.
SECockpit, which stands for Search Engine Cockpit, is a keyword
research tool that generates ideas for marketers. Get data such as the
highest cost-per-click price, number of searches for a particular
keyword in the last month and competitive data as well—all free.
Contents of Post
- 1 SEMTab SEO Pro
- 2 SEO Keyword Checker –
- 3 Online Marketing by Alex Genadinik
- 4 SEO SERP App
- 5 Eventbrite
- 6 Statigram –
- 7 Foursquare –
- 8 Marketing Forecast by Adology
- 9 Evernote
- 10 Documents to Go 3.0 Main App
- 11 Trello –
- 12 HootSuite
- 13 SEO Automatic –
- 14 Springpad –
- 15 Google Analytics
- 16 Google Drive
- 17 Feedly
- 18 AdSense Dashboard
- 19 TweetCaster –
- 20 mAnalytics –
- 21 WebRank SEO
- 22 SEO SiteRank Lite
- 23 Vine
- 24 Flipboard
- 25 Related
SEMTab SEO Pro
– This Android app is useful for SEO-ers, offering both SEO and social
data, such as Tweets, Facebook Likes, bookmarks, URL mentions, backlinks
and more. It’s not free, but it can be yours for just $1.99.
SEO Keyword Checker –
Analyze any web page and get data on the most-used keywords, totally free. Great tool for competitive analysis.
– This apps teaches you everything you need to learn about online
marketing. Convenient software tools to help you plan your marketing
efforts are also included—and you can live-chat with an expert when
needed. This app costs just $0.99.
– Track up to three keywords and multiple websites to track your SERP
position on the fly with SEO SERP App, free for Android users. This app
packs a slew of data in a small packagedefinitely one to check out.
– Hosting a webinar or other event as an inbound lead-gen initiative is
practically impossible to plan and coordinate on the road. Until the
Eventbrite app, which lets you manage registrations, create backend
reports, and track where your attendees are coming from. Eventbrite is
yet another free app for Android.
The Statigram app is a social analytics tool for Instagram, designed to give users a
more comfortable Instagram experience. It integrates with HootSuite,
too—and it’s free.
If you’re not yet capitalizing on Foursquare to take your biz to the next
level, now’s the time to start. And since it comes with a convenient
mobile app, you can’t use time as an excuse not to jump on the
Foursquare bandwagon. It’s free!
Marketing Forecast by Adology
– Stay up-to-speed on the latest news from the advertising and
marketing industry with Adology’s Marketing Forecast app, available for
Android and other devices, as well. It includes “U.S. economic trends,
trending topics from Google, and includes Twitter streams that aggregate
recent Tweets about advertising and marketing,” for free.
– No marketer’s toolkit is complete without Evernote, which offers an
app for Android devices as well as iOS-devices. When you get your next
big content marketing or inbound lead generation idea, where will you
document it without Evernote? It’s free.
– Ever wish you could view those Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel
docs on the go? You can with Documents to Go, free from the Google Play
store. Also free.
Any online marketer knows it gets pretty confusing trying to coordinate
all those marketing initiatives and managing multiple channels
simultaneously. That’s where Trello comes in, with a to-do list manager
that out to-dos many list-making apps on the market. And it’s free!
– HootSuite pretty much takes the cake when it comes to apps that let
you manage multiple social networks within a single interface. With apps
for all types of devices, HootSuite has become the universal social
media marketing mobile app. Best news? It’s free.
Run a report on any web page with SEO Automatic, including title,
description and keyword tags, header tags and other on-page SEO metrics.
Another free app for Android lovers!
Springpad acts as a personal assistant for organizing virtually
everything life throws your way. Organize all those ideas, articles and
info you encounter throughout the day and much more into a logical
framework to use later. It’s also free.
– Another essential addition to your mobile app toolkit is the Google
Analytics app for Android devices. This app provides all the
need-to-know data at your fingertips, so you can keep tabs on your
site’s performance no matter where you are. And it’s free.
– Bring the power of document storage to your mobile device with access
to Google Drive, which lets you view and edit any documents you have
shared in your Drive and instantly sync with the same docs at your
desktop. Also free.
– Feedly lets you browse all the content of your favorite websites from
your mobile device, including RSS feeds, Tumblr blogs, YouTube channels
and other websites. Another freebie for Android users.
– How on earth can you monitor Google AdSense on the run? You can with
the AdSense Dashboard, available for Android devices. Get critical
performance metrics and so much more with a simple mobile app, for free.
TweetCaster is similar to TweetDeck, allowing users to schedule, post
and respond to Tweets directly from a free, intuitive mobile app.
mAnalytics is a Google Analytics-based app for Android users, offering
an intuitive user interface, stats charts, visits, visitors and traffic
sources data and much more. Like most apps on this list, it’s free.
– WebRank SEO is one of the best Android SEO apps on the market,
offering a ton of data on your current SEO status, such as indexed pages
across a variety of search engines, Google PageRank, Alexa Rank and
more. It’s also free.
– This easy-to-use app grabs the Google PageRank and Alexa rankings for
any site, whether or not you’re connected to the Internet. It’s also
– Shoot, share and watch short-looping videos right from your Android
device with Vine, one of the most popular video apps out there today.
The app is free.
– Flipboard is the marketer’s dream app, letting you create a virtual
magazine all your own with your favorite websites, news stories and
more. It’s content aggregation at its finest.