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7 Competitors to ReQtest

A cloud-based software development and maintenance management tool.

When to use ReQtest

Ideal when you plan to have an extensive testing phase and need advanced tracking/ management


ReQtest Competitor 1 - DoneDone
DoneDone is the simple bug and issue tracker. No more complex software or messy spreadsheets to track issues and support tickets. Just one uncomplicated, central hub.

When to use DoneDone

Ideal for large teams collaborating on multiple projects. Gives you a great view and editing ability across projects.

ReQtest Competitor 2 - Zoho Bug Tracker
A simple, fast and scalable bug tracking application that helps you manage bugs easily and deliver great products on time.

When to use Zoho Bug Tracker

Ideal when you need a good amount of customization.

ReQtest Competitor 3 - JIRA Software
An evaluation platform to hire developers based on their expertise in your company's tech stack. Not random algorithms or CVs.

When to use JIRA Software

Ideal when you don't want to move to a separate tool primarily for bug tracking

ReQtest Competitor 4 - Slowbug
Slowbug makes it possible to see how the control flows through the code by running it slowly, at your preferred speed, line by line. I find it handy when working on a new codebase

When to use Slowbug

Slowbug can be used when you want to understand the control flow of your program. You can watch it execute your code, slowly, line by line, and you get to control the speed of execution

ReQtest Competitor 5 - Disbug
Reporting bugs can be tedious, time-consuming, subjective, and with missing details. Disbug helps you report bugs with screen recordings, technical logs etc, and post to Jira/Trello automatically

When to use Disbug

Dev teams use Disbug chrome extension to capture bugs with screen recording, screenshots, console logs, network logs, user events and upload them to the project management tool โ€“ with a single click!

ReQtest Competitor 6 - Github Issues
Use issues to track ideas, enhancements, tasks, or bugs for work on GitHub. Many projects collect user feedback via a central bug tracker. GitHub's tracker is called "Issues," and can be used with every repository.

When to use Github Issues

Ideal to keep track of major changes required for releases. Also, great to track customer requests.

ReQtest Competitor 7 - Assist
Instant terminal sharing from anywhere. Unblock your remote team.

When to use Assist

Type `assist` in the terminal when you need help in the command line. Great for debugging broken builds, messy merge conflicts etc.

DoneDone is the simple bug and issue tracker. No more complex software or messy spreadsheets to track issues and support tickets. Just one uncomplicated, central hub.

When to use DoneDone

Ideal for large teams collaborating on multiple projects. Gives you a great view and editing ability across projects.

A simple, fast and scalable bug tracking application that helps you manage bugs easily and deliver great products on time.

When to use Zoho Bug Tracker

Ideal when you need a good amount of customization.

An evaluation platform to hire developers based on their expertise in your company's tech stack. Not random algorithms or CVs.

When to use JIRA Software

Ideal when you don't want to move to a separate tool primarily for bug tracking

Slowbug makes it possible to see how the control flows through the code by running it slowly, at your preferred speed, line by line. I find it handy when working on a new codebase

When to use Slowbug

Slowbug can be used when you want to understand the control flow of your program. You can watch it execute your code, slowly, line by line, and you get to control the speed of execution

Reporting bugs can be tedious, time-consuming, subjective, and with missing details. Disbug helps you report bugs with screen recordings, technical logs etc, and post to Jira/Trello automatically

When to use Disbug

Dev teams use Disbug chrome extension to capture bugs with screen recording, screenshots, console logs, network logs, user events and upload them to the project management tool โ€“ with a single click!

Use issues to track ideas, enhancements, tasks, or bugs for work on GitHub. Many projects collect user feedback via a central bug tracker. GitHub's tracker is called "Issues," and can be used with every repository.

When to use Github Issues

Ideal to keep track of major changes required for releases. Also, great to track customer requests.

Instant terminal sharing from anywhere. Unblock your remote team.

When to use Assist

Type `assist` in the terminal when you need help in the command line. Great for debugging broken builds, messy merge conflicts etc.