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Investigate bugs and flaky tests with perfect reproducibility.

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Running our end to end tests through Replay saves us countless hours of manually reproducing and debugging CI failures, and lets us seamlessly share failed tests across our engineering teams.

Vamsi Peri

Director of Engineering, Metabase

Before Replay, some test flakes were simply not debuggable: we didn't have the information required for anything better than an educated guess. Now, we always have a perfect reproduction, and our tests have a 99.9% pass rate.

David Jackson

Senior Engineer, Weights and Biases

Adding Replay to our Cypress tests has helped us catch and easily fix the most difficult flaky tests that only occur in CI without endless guessing and frustration.

Simeon Cheeseman

Principal Engineer, TableCheck

Recording and debugging flaky tests with feels like hopping in Doc Brown’s DeLorean and flying back to the time of the crash!

Gleb Bahmutov

Distinguished Engineer, Cypress

Say goodbye to “works on my machine”.

Replay is the first deterministic browser. Once a bug or flaky test is captured, anyone can inspect it with Browser DevTools without having to replicate it locally.

Debug with instant console logs.

Add console logs in your code with a single click with messages that “automagically” appear in the Console. You’ll love how fast the feedback loop is.

Fix flaky Cypress + Playwright tests.

Replay’s built in test timeline helps you inspect test step details and jump from test step actions into your application’s React event handlers.

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Inspect React components

Bugs can appear at any point in time. Replay’s React panel helps you find the component with first visible issues, inspect its props, and work backwards to the root cause.

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View network requests

The majority of E2E test failures are caused by backend issues. Replay’s Network monitor helps you find the bad request and inspect the application state at the time.

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CI Workflow

CI Workflow

Replay gives developers the tools needed to fix the tests that are failing today and keep the suite healthy over time.

Tests Dashboard

Drive test flakes to zero.

Replay’s Tests Dashboard helps your team prioritize the worst performing tests, identify new regressions, and celebrate fixes.

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Runs Dashboard

Spot regressions quickly.

Replay’s Test Run Dashboard alerts you to new issues in your test suite so you can see which run introduced the problem and address it quickly.

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Testsuites Dashboard

Get actionable insights

Replay's Test Suite dashboard gives you meaningful insights into the health of your test suite

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PR Comments

Merge with confidence.

Replay’s PR Comments helps developers see if their change is safe to land. And if there are new failures, jump directly into the replay and see what went wrong.

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Battle tested.

Replay helps some of the largest companies record their E2E tests at scale and verify the correctness of mission critical software.


Replay Analysis

Replay Analysis is our attempt to programmatically analyze multiple recordings and bring 50+ years of dynamic analysis research mainstream.

Root Cause Analysis identifies the underlying issues in your application responsible for the majority of test failures by finding the earliest divergence in the failing test.

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Performance Regression Analysis detects newly added limiting paths that slow down page loads and user interactions and make the user experience and core web vitals worse.

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Start recording your E2E tests today and unf** — sorry, unflake your tests.

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Case Studies

Hear from Replay teams directly


See what time travelers are saying

“Next.js App Router is now stable in 13.4. Wouldn’t have been possible without Replay, we investigated so many (over 20) super complicated bugs that using traditional debugging would have cost us days to investigate.”

Tim Neutkins

@Co-author of Next.js

“I think Replay has a very good chance of creating a new category around collaborative debugging”

Guillermo Rauch

@Founder of Vercel

“When I see a hard-to-reproduce issue in GitHub, I ask for a replay.”

JJ Kasper

@Co-author of Next.js

“If I don't immediately know the answer to a bug, I immediately reach for It's like HMR for repros.”

Sebastian Markbåge

@React Maintainer

“ is galaxy brain tooling. Real gamechanger.”

Dan Abramov

@React Maintainer

In depth content

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Replay Course

The Replay Course walks through the steps recording your first replay and inspecting your application with Replay DevTools.

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