Amazon A/B Testing vs Splitforce: What are the differences?
Developers describe Amazon A/B Testing as "An easy way to run in-app experiments". Run A/B Tests on the fly without writing client-side code or redeploying your app. On the other hand, Splitforce is detailed as "A/B Testing for Apps & Games". Splitforce is A/B testing for mobile apps and games. Test different versions of your native apps and track how each version is driving user behavior, to make decisions that improve your product without having to think twice.
Amazon A/B Testing and Splitforce belong to "Mobile A/B Testing" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by Amazon A/B Testing are:
- Free service
- Easy integration
- Custom segmentation
On the other hand, Splitforce provides the following key features:
- Free for 500 daily active users (DAU): Include up to 500 daily active users in your experiments for free
- Unlimited Experimentation: Test as many components (i.e.: button color, sign up page layout, gravity level) as you wish in one experiment, or put them in separate experiments.
- Targeted Variations: Display variations to specific user groups based on their device type, language settings, or any other custom targeting data you can think of.
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Jan 2017 this service is no longer offered by amazon.