What is Appsee?
Appsee is the leader in qualitative mobile app analytics, utilizing user session recordings and touch heatmaps to uncover UI & UX issues, and achieve ambitious app KPIs.
Appsee is a tool in the Heatmap Analytics category of a tech stack.
Who uses Appsee?
5 companies reportedly use Appsee in their tech stacks, including Avito, Hudl Mobile Stack, and Debut.
6 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Appsee.
Google Analytics, Slack, Optimizely, Salesforce Sales Cloud, and Crashlytics are some of the popular tools that integrate with Appsee. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with Appsee.
- User Recordings
- Touch Heatmaps
- Realtime In-App Analytics
- Conversion Funnels
- Automatic Event Tagging
- Action Cohorts
- Crash Reporting & Videos
- Realtime Alerts
- Retention Analytics
- User Flows
- Navigation Paths
- Remote Configuration
- User Analytics
- User Query Builder
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