Software Alternatives & Reviews

Lightweight alternatives to Google Analytics

Recommended and mentioned products

  1. Improve your website to increase conversions, improve the user experience, and make more money using Google Analytics. Measure, understand and quantify engagement on your site with customized and in-depth reports.

    Simple Guide to Easy Conversion Rate Optimization about about 2 months ago:

    Analytics tools: Tools like Google Analytics and Adobe Analytics allow you to track visitor behavior and measure the performance of your website.
  2. Easy web statistics. No tracking of personal data.

    I made a privacy-friendly and open source product analytics... about over 1 year ago

    Seems similar to
  3. Plausible Analytics is a simple, open-source, lightweight (< 1 KB) and privacy-friendly web analytics alternative to Google Analytics. Made and hosted in the EU, powered by European-owned cloud infrastructure 🇪🇺

    paid Free Trial $9.0 / Monthly (10,000 pageviews)

    Transitioning Away from Google Services about about 6 hours ago:

    I think Plausible should also be mentioned as a great analytics alternative. It's open source with a paid saas option.
  4. The privacy-first Google Analytics alternative located in Europe.

    paid Free Trial $9.0 / Monthly (Max 10,000 page views)

    SaasRock v0.5.0 - Cookie consent and built-in Analytics about 7 months ago:

    SaasRock does not intend to invent the wheel, there are great analytics solutions out there, both free and powerful. But SaasRock’s main goal is to have everything you need when building SaaS applications, at least in a minimal way.
  5. Simple, trustworthy website analytics (finally)

    $14.0 / Monthly (100,000 Pageviews)

    Wordpress Statistics about 2 months ago:

    Privacy-first alternatives that conform to the GDPR, in case you're in the EU: Plausible (open source, can be self-hosted), Fathom, Simple Analytics.
  6. Open source real-time web log analyzer and interactive viewer that runs in a terminal in *nix...

    NGINX / fail2ban Log Reader - for YOU about 26 days ago:

    I use this to monitor my reverse proxy (SWAG) and fail2ban logs in conjunction. It's not as streamlined as GoAccess, GrayLog, Grafana, etc . . . But it is very personal. I divide all my connections into three buckets: Home, Outside, and Known Devices; and fail2ban statistics are layered against the all connections.
  7. Matomo is an open-source web analytics platform


    Offer18 Open source tracking platform about 4 days ago

    I've seen Matomo used for this before.