Countly vs PostHog
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Product Analytics requires capturing, storing, and analyzing data, all the while complying with data privacy regulations. That is why, for example, Countly does not offer session recording: it tends to balloon data-related costs, increase the risk of data silos, and may lead to the non-compliance of policies like GDPR. Instead, we offer analytics with built-in data privacy and powerful features, including: VoC and Feedback tools, Remote Config and A/B Testing, as well as Push Notifications. Enjoy a more efficient overview of aggregated data, in a safer environment rather than accumulating too much data on individual sessions which will ultimately increase manual work and potentially waste your time.
Countly does not rely on any third-party servers for accessing or storing data, so you can be assured of responsible data management that keeps your data safe.
With Crashes and Errors, Performance Manager, and other features, you can gain real insight into your application’s performance. which can be region-specific, device-specific, and, as always, customizable. This can help to inform improvements for application performance, reducing churn related to poor performance. Get the data, fix problems, and retain users - all from within Countly.
Why Migrate to Countly from Posthog?
The scalability of features, like the customizability of SDKs, performance analytics, User Profiles, Remote Config, etc. will empower your analytics strategies in a much more comprehensive way as your product grows then it would with PostHog, especially when covering new platforms or when needing dedicated support.
Why is Countly the Better Alternative to Posthog?
Plus, Countly has its own server, which eliminates the problem of connecting to/through any third-party app for data analysis, providing unparalleled data security. So, what are you waiting for?