Web Analytics Vs. Mobile Anaytics. Do you need both or is there one for both?

From what I am reading it seems you would need two different analytics for the web and mobile sites.
What is the best way? Recommended product.

We are a Windows shop and usually get our stats of reading the IIS logs on a load balanced server ( 2 servers ).
Medium sized company.

Someone recommended Clicky but it seems very simplistic and geared mostly for Mobile.

Thank you in advance experts.
colonelblueAsked:
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kevp75Commented:
Yep, analytics is free.  Never used Clicky....  but from first look, it looks like it is just a simplified version of google analytics

honestly...  I would use google for both the mobile and www versions.  You just set them up as seperate domains, they'll get sererate codes, and BLAM!  instant analytics on both :)
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kevp75Commented:
Honestly.   I would go with Google Analytics.  http://www.google.com/analytics/

They seem to be the most comprehensive out there.

Yes, I would do both, one for mobile, one for non.
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colonelblueAuthor Commented:
Hey kevp75, is Google Analytics free , if not how much?

Would it be safe to say that a product like Clicky would be ok for mobile but would come up short to use for Web as well?

Thank you in advance.
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colonelblueAuthor Commented:
Hey kevp75, is Google Analytics free , if not how much?

Would it be safe to say that a product like Clicky would be ok for mobile but would come up short to use for Web as well?

Thank you in advance.
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