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Bird Eats Bug
Loom
Free plan available
Screen recording
Recording length on free plan
Unlimited
5 min
Console logs
Network logs
Integrations
Screenshot annotations
Bird Eats Bug reduces (a ton of) manual work
One major differentiator to Loom is that Bird Eats Bug (or Bird, for short) automatically captures all technical data in one place—a process that is almost always time-consuming and frustrating for QA and engineering teams.

This means no more chasing down details or unnecessary back-and-forth, faster bug fixing, and more time for building new features.

With Bird, when you capture a screen recording or a screenshot, the video or screenshot is processed in the same screen and you're able to share it (via sharing link or upload via integrations to popular tools like GitHub, Linear, Trello, Slack). Bird's one-click session sharing and status sync means two things: simplify your workflow and save time.
Bird Eats Bug is a great, out-of-the box solution for any company looking to improve QA processes with zero engineering effort. With Bird, we get more visibility on issues and detailed reproduction steps, complete with screenshots and screen recordings that saves us up to 50% of time when reporting bugs.
Abby Sudario, QA Lead of Rightsline
Bird Eats Bug auto-captures console logs
Bird offers much more than just screen recording and screenshot capture tool, each bug capture automatically includes all the technical information your engineers need.

Most importantly: console logs.

Console logs are the fastest way for developers to replicate an issue and see what went wrong. When bugs get reported without console logs, developers would have to chase down this information themselves and go back and forth with the bug reporter to narrow down the cause. This time-consuming (not to mention annoying) process really slows down the whole bug reporting and bug fixing process.

With Bird, teams can reproduce faster, save tons of time, and improve their productivity.
Image depicting the console tab in a Bird Eats Bug session, which houses all the important console logs a developer would need to fix a bug
Make your team more productive
Bird's paid plans offer a team workspace for small to medium-sized teams so that everyone can collaborate, reproduce and resolve issues much faster. The team workspace is a single library for members to upload, add descriptions, and share or upload to a range of project management tools, keeping everyone in the loop when working on issues.

Admins get workspace-wide controls, team-only protected sharing, priority support and more.
Shift effort from bugs to features
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