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Appsee

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Crashlytics

7 Ratings

Appsee

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Score 8.7 out of 101

Crashlytics

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Score 8.8 out of 101

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Appsee

I used Appsee’s conversion funnel analysis to find out why users drop off in a particular funnel that we’ve built. Not only that I’ve been able to see session recordings of those users who dropped off, but I was also able to see the ones who did come through and compare what they like vs what they didn’t. This is just a small example of the power Appsee has. The options are endless.
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Crashlytics

Crashlytics is almost a defacto standard in the Android world for tracking crashes in the field. I've used it on the last 4 Android projects I've been on.It's not as helpful on iOS' stacktraces but I'm not sure if anything would be better because iOS stack traces are from ObjC code which is not as useful as Java stacktraces.
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Pros

  • User session recordings of individual users
  • Touch heatmaps and unresponsive gestures
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  • It has a great reporting interface to monitor crashes and affected users.
  • Setting up breadcrumbs to provide better insights around crashes is simple.
  • Easy for a non-developer like myself to jump in and figure out things quickly.
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Cons

  • Nothing major that I dislike. Would appreciate a mobile app so I can quickly glance at some of the metrics while on the go, but not a deal breaker by any means.
  • Look and feel is a bit outdated, but I guess that's a matter of taste
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  • An easier way to understand app version adoption rates alongside crashes.
  • I feel like the platform keeps trying to become more of an all encompassing analytics platform and should stick at what it does best—crash monitoring.
  • Now that it has been acquired by Google, I hope things like navigation and implementation don't become more cumbersome as has been the recent case with Google Analytics.
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Alternatives Considered

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Based on what our developers have told me, Crashlytics is better than anything else out there. I personally have worked with Flurry for event and crash monitoring, and my experience was terrible. I know some project teams have tried some alternatives in the space that I don't recall, but they didn't stick and we have always fallen back on Crashlytics. I'm now just hoping that it doesn't crumble under Google.
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Return on Investment

  • Better conversion rates
  • Less bugs/crashes
  • Better user retention
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  • We've been able to track down the root cause of an issue that we were not experiencing during development or testing because it only occurs in certain cases of flaky connectivity. Even after identifying the cause, it was not a reproducible issue, but because we are able to log non-fatal errors also, we could verify that the fix was working in production.
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Appsee

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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Crashlytics

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details