Userlytics vs. Userbrain
Looking for a UX testing tool and comparing your options? We get it; everyone wants to compare and decide what best suits their company’s needs. We wanted to make things a little easier for you. So comparing the two is easier, here are 6 ways Userlytics and Userbrain differ:
1. Pay a fraction of the cost with Userbrain
At Userbrain you pay $39 per test, and only $29.9 per test (or even less if billed annually) when you choose one of our plans. Compared to Userlytics - where you pay up to 99 dollars for each test - that’s a fraction of the cost.
2. Simple pricing vs complexity
Userlytics has a rather complex and hard-to-figure-out pricing system. When it comes to Userbrain we are transparent about what services you get and how much you’re going to pay for them.
3. Credit rollover vs losing out
Userlytics and Userbrain both have a credit system. One credit = 1 UX test. When you subscribe to a monthly plan, you get a certain number of credits assigned to your account every single month. All good so far.
As a founding team of UX Designers, we know that things can change and you might not need as many tests every month. Should some of your credits go unused one month - they’ll roll over to the next. Ensuring you’ll never lose out or pay for a service your not making use of.
4. Limited availability
Userlytics videos onlys remain available to you for 90 days - which is not a very long time. At Userbrain we don’t ever remove your test videos, you can view them for as long as you want - as many times as you want.
5. Standard user testing features
At Userbrain you have access to all features needed to carry out standard unmoderated remote user tests and access to our worldwide pool of testers. No matter what you signed up for - while Userlytics will unlock features, depending on your subscription plan.
6. Automated user testing vs. manual
To know what’s working or not, you should carry out user tests more than once -even better - at regular intervals. With Userbrain you can subscribe & save to test regularly and turn it into a habit. Try it for yourself.
Just a few more reasons to make the switch…