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I'm looking for an independent project to learn A/B testing on, and I'm trying to figure out which A/B testing tools are commonly used for:

  1. Mobile
  2. Games
  3. Web

And I'm also aware that the common programs are not always the best - what common problems are common in the common programs?

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closed as not constructive by Graham Herrli, Benny Skogberg, Matt Obee, greenforest, rk. May 18 '13 at 13:15

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Welcome to the UX Stack Exchange! Your post asks three separate questions, but it's best to just ask one. Please have a look at our FAQ to see what makes a question suitable for this site. Your first and third questions aren't good fits for here because they have no one correct answer. You might try asking them in the chat (once you get 20 rep) instead. The second question is inappropriate because it's a shopping request (and is 3 separate questions). – Graham Herrli May 18 '13 at 2:01
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