Piwik is an open platform. By default Piwik comes with 30+ plugins which are officially maintained by the core team. Starting in January 2014 and the release of Piwik 2.0, the Piwik developer community is now building plugins that let you do more with Piwik.
There are also Add-ons for your Website to let you integrate Piwik. Click on the image below to learn more:
You can also use the Adobe AIR application to load your Piwik reports onto your desktop
We have exciting plans for the Piwik platform so stay tuned!
A Piwik plugin is a ZIP file. Once you have downloaded the plugin, unzip it; it should create a directory (“YourPluginName”). Upload this directory under piwik/plugins and visit your Piwik admin interface to install the plugin. It’s done! You can now enjoy your new plugin’s features.
Please see the Piwik developer zone for more information, tutorials and examples.
Often Piwik plugins have their own trac ticket page. Please add a new comment on the plugin trac page to report any issue you might have with the plugin. If the plugin is not hosted on the Piwik trac, please contact the plugin author directly.