RobotReplay is an online service that records and plays back visitor sessions for nearly any website, corporate site or blog by inserting a small Java script file.
RobotReplay records visitor sessions on every mouse movement and click, keystroke, where users click, how far down the page they scroll, how long they stay on a site and then lets you watch your visitors actions as a movie.
RobotReplay complements existing web analytics tools like Google Analytics, StatCounter or ClickTracks, and generates little ‘movies’. We merged ‘cinema’ and ‘analytics’ and got ‘cinelytics’.
The idea behind RobotReplay is that website owners can see first hand how people are using their site and this will help them organize their site content to improve usability. But website visitors are not aware they are being recorded unless the site owner decides to disclose that information to them.
I guess this RobotReplay will make most website visitors a little uncomfortable. I think RobotReplay will make the best use for web development debugging purposes. This of course helps developers understand how users generate errors, and where they have to improve. What do you think?
RobotReplay is free, you can sign up and start monitor your users. RobotReplay supports all modern browsers and operating systems. For browsers, that means Mozilla Firefox 1.0 and later, Internet Explorer 6.0 and later, Opera 8.0 and later and Netscape 8.0 and later.