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Best Apps for UX Researchers

Best Apps for UX Researchers

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There are a lot of UX tools out there. It is nice to have multiple options, but it can also be a pain when it comes to choosing. That is why we have done the hard work for you and scoured all corners of the web in search of the top-rated UX tools.

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Top recommendations by the AppGrooves community.
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    Always know what’s next with Google Calendar, part of Google Workspace.

    4.3 Ratings 2M+ Reviews 1B+ Downloads
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    • I recommend Google Calendar because it has a wide user base. Everybody has some familiarity with Google and its products. In addition to this, with features like adding event details and location; Google Calendar decreases the likelihood of confusion happening between the participants and the interviewer.

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    Zoom is a free HD meeting app with video and screen sharing for up to 100 people

    4.2 Ratings 5M+ Reviews 500M+ Downloads

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    • If you are on a budget, Zoom has awesome free features that can help any UX team conduct remote testing sessions. With screen sharing, UXRs can observe the participants movements on their product. In addition, with screen recording, the team can go back and review the whole interview for better insight!

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    Turn your opinions and ideas into a catalyst for change — and get rewarded.

    3.9 Ratings 6K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads
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    • Understanding the user experience is impossible without the actual user. This remote research platform lets you get in touch with them and offers an end-to-end process. It is pretty good for conducting diary studies, regardless of whether they are supposed to take a couple of days - or 3 years.

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    Basecamp 3, official Android version for the world's #1 project management app.

    4.6 Ratings 26K+ Reviews 500K+ Downloads

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    • If you have 3 or more people working on a UX research project, coordination can get tricky. Try utilizing a resource that brings to-do lists, emails, and quick chats all into one convenient location on your mobile devices.

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    Google Keep

    4.2 Ratings 202K+ Reviews 1B+ Downloads
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    • Google Keep is simple, easy to use, accessible on multiple devices, and can easily add collaborators.

Best Apps for UX Researchers