Mixpanel is an advanced analytics tool that helps further develop web and mobile applications. It helps you understand users behaviour by keeping track of the way they interact and engage with applications.
Mixpanel performs all of their data analysis in real-time. It gives users the ability to learn more from their data by being able to ask important and complex questions. Most analytics products limit insights to only the basic trend lines, showing for example “number of homepage visits” over time. But with Mixpanel, users can go further enabling them to ask more of your data.
When you are able to measure actions instead of simply page views, you can be sure to provide better products to your target market.
It’s free to sign up and be a partner. You can also avail of a free trial. If you decide to use it for the long term, various paid plans are available.
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