No. Figma is a great tool for creating designs of what you intend to build. Literal shows the screens of what you actually built. Along with useful metadata and analytics data.
They both show content on shared whiteboards.
Our algorithms extract acutal screens from videos of mobile apps being used. Image processing techniques, view hierarchy information, and machine learning are used to group screen variants. The result is a map of your app—screens are natually grouped by user flow.
If you're not interested in analytics data, you can upload a screen recording of any app, and Literal will extract screens and auto-map them for you.
You can see live product analytics data with screens generated from your pre-production builds.
The Literal SDK can be integrated with iOS, Android, React Native, and Flutter apps.
If you're not interested in analytics data, you can upload a screen recording of any app, and Literal will extract screens and auto-map them for you. Folks find this useful for competitive analysis, and sharing interesting flows.
Review new features with app screens, events, and API calls to get the team on the same page.
Specify, discuss, and validate events and properties using the shared whiteboards.
Check funnel conversion and new feature uptake without having to guess at cryptic event and property names. Use what everyone knows—your app screens.
You are welcome to download screens—they're your data.