Compare Clicktale vs. UserZoom

Clicktale is ranked 4th in Usability Testing while UserZoom is ranked 1st in Usability Testing. Clicktale is rated 0, while UserZoom is rated 0. On the other hand, Clicktale is most compared with UserZoom and Google Analytics, whereas UserZoom is most compared with UserTesting, Usabilla and Clicktale .
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Overview

Clicktale taps into the wisdom and behavior of millions of visitors so that businesses can deliver the best digital experiences to drive amazing business results. By synthesizing complex behavioral patterns based on millisecond-level actions such as hovers and scrolls, we enable businesses to interpret their customers’ digital body language and understand intent. The pioneer in Experience Analytics, Clicktale marries cognitive computing, machine learning and psychological research to automatically surface issues and answer questions that keep executives up at night.

UserZoom is the complete solution for liberating the critical UX insights businesses around the world need to create better user experiences. We enable our customers to scale and automate their UX research through a market-leading combination of platform, services, and participant sourcing.
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Sample Customers
The North Face, Lenovo, Walmart, RSA, Brady Corp., Orange, Allianz, British Gas, NetCom, Sonos, Vodafone, F.C. Barcelona, Just Eat, Belron, UnicefAmazon, Adobe, Autodesk, McAfee, Aetna, Google, Twitter, Lego, Trulia, Citi Group, The New York Times, Coca Cola, Mercedes Benz
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