WishKit and Featurebase are both solutions that will help you collect and manage product feedback better. There's plenty of overlap in terms of features, and where the two tools deliver value.
That said, there are also big differences.
Featurebase is has a fairly complex dashboard. It is intimidating, has a steep learning curve and you'll feel lost at times. Configuring Featurebase to your needs can take a good moment.
With WishKit the set up takes 100 seconds from the moment you sign up. It's all about delivering features you actually need and providing an easy and hassle-free experience.
You can try WishKit immediately - with the intuitive dashboard you won't spent time having to learn the tool first.
There's no way around it: Featurebase is an expensive tool. Their lowest pricing option clocks in at around $40 a month with premium being even higher at $82 a month.
But, it's not just the cost—determining how much you'll actually pay for Featurebase isn't a straightforward process.
You won't be able to get a Featurebase price quote for the Enterprise plan without multiple calls. They don't offer a self-serve option, which isn't convenient.
WishKit offers transparent pricing and self-serve options for all plans — so you can test out the tool and start collecting feedback quickly. WishKit even offers a completely free plan to get you started.
$0 / mo
$15 / mo
Currently a Featurebase customer? Make the switch—it's easy and free.