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BUGtrack

Web-based bug tracking tool

BUGtrack Alternatives

The best BUGtrack alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    BugHerd: The Website Feedback Tool for Agencies

    paid Free Trial $39.0 / Monthly (5 Users, 10 GB Data Storage)

  2. 14

    Cloud logging for your apps, not only crashes matter

    Open Source

  3. Build powerful web apps, and create your custom GPTs, no code needed!

    Try for free freemium

  4. 14

    Saw a bug? Send an instant replay to engineers. It will come with console logs and everything. Developers will ❤️ you.

  5. 14

    Visual feedback and bug reporting tool for websites

    paid Free Trial $49.0 / Monthly (Up to 5 Users, Unlimited Integrations, Unlimited feedback)

  6. 14

    Simple legal document creation

  7. 14

    An AI-enabled bug tracker with inbuilt reporters for manual testing. Report, manage, and close bugs easily with Bugasura.

    freemium $5.0 / Monthly

  8. 14

    JunoOne is an IT project management solution for software developers, software delivery companies, and software integrators across the globe.

  9. 14

    User testing tools for quality auditing

  10. 14

    Issue management software for demanding development projects

  11. 14

    LogRocket combines session replay, performance monitoring, and product analytics — empowering teams to create the ideal product experience.

    freemium $99.0 / Monthly (10k sessions / 3 seats / 1-month data retention)

  12. 14

    Bug reporting tool that records screen and posts to Jira along with console & network logs

  13. 15

    Rollbar collects errors that happen in your application, notifies you, and analyzes them so you can debug and fix them. Ruby, Python, PHP, Node.js, JavaScript, and Flash libraries available.

    Open Source

  14. 14

    Stackify Retrace is an application performance management platform for .NET and Java developers.

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