Lookback vs UXCam vs Watchsend

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      What is Lookback?

      Lookback helps you collect, understand and share user experiences.

      What is UXCam?

      UXCam automatically records all events in your app, providing insights into user behavior and helping you solve problems that users encounter.

      What is Watchsend?

      Understand your users better by watching videos of how they use your app

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            What are some alternatives to Lookback, UXCam, and Watchsend?
            UserTesting provides on-demand usability testing. You create the test and we’ll get the testers. We let you “look over the shoulder” of your target audience while they use your website, so you can see and hear where users get stuck and why they leave.
            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.
            See video, network and logs that led to bugs and crashes in live apps. No need to reproduce intermittent bugs. With Bugsee, all the crucial data is always there.
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