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Open source product analytics, for developers. We help engineers understand their product usage. Automate event and user data collection, to understand how to build for impact.

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For developers just starting out, PostHog is a free way to understand how your product is being used, without having to send any data to 3rd parties.

It has a JS snippet that can autocapture events, and pre-built libraries to push backend data to.

For enterprise customers, one data security becomes a key concern, it's typical to see teams hosting an event capture platform, a data lake, and sophisticated analytics tools. The end result is that data scientists are needed and most developers don't have easy access to product intel. PostHog solves that gap - it lets everyone understand how your product is being used, without having to send data to 3rd parties, even once you have scaled to millions of visitors.

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  1. Mixpanel is the most advanced analytics platform in the world for mobile & web.

  2. Analytics for web and iOS. Heap automatically captures every user action in your app and lets you measure it all. Clicks, taps, swipes, form submissions, page views, and more.

  3. Mobile analytics: come with questions, leave with answers

  4. Track user behavior without coding

  5. Giving you the knowledge you need to make better decisions. Kissmetrics is a revolutionary person-based analytics platform for your whole team. Get product, sales, marketing, customer support working together to improve the metrics that matter.

  6. One-click business & growth analytics for Intercom

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Categories: Analytics, User Analytics, User Engagement