Appsee vs SeeVolution: What are the differences?
Developers describe Appsee as "Mobile App Analytics: Touch heatmaps, user analytics, session replay, retention analytics and more". 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. On the other hand, SeeVolution is detailed as "Heatmaps & Real-time Analytics All Overlaid on Your Website". SeeVolution’s click heatmaps show you every mouse click (and every touch on a mobile phone or tablet). Whether it’s an image, text, or link you will see exactly what your visitors are interacting with.
Appsee and SeeVolution can be categorized as "Heatmap Analytics" tools.
Some of the features offered by Appsee are:
- User Recordings
- Touch Heatmaps
- Realtime In-App Analytics
On the other hand, SeeVolution provides the following key features:
- Click Heatmaps- Our Click Heatmaps let you see exactly what is being clicked on, and more importantly what isn't, so you can make informed decisions to optimize your site and maximize conversion.
- Mouse Move Heatmaps- Our Mouse Move Heatmaps will provide you with a clear view of what content your visitors are paying attention to.
- Scroll Heatmaps- Our Scroll Heatmaps show you exactly how far your visitors scroll, allowing you to move and rearrange elements of the page to take advantage of visitor behavior.
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We've been using Appsee for a couple of years now - we find them the best for detecting mobile app ux issues and small bugs we might not have otherwise known about. They give automatic insights for problematic screens and link most of their standard analytics like conversion funnels with additional session replay functionality.
The ANR and the'killed by user' filters have proved very useful for us and the touch heatmaps are great. You get a nice breakdown of all gestures made on a particular screen (taps, swipes etc) and Appsee also automatically identifies when an action has been unresponsive.