We're inviting the first teams and companies to use Darwin, opening up our invite-only beta to learn from your feedback so we can offer the best possible experience.

Since we introduced Darwin earlier this year, we've been hard at work building our product. Today, we're excited to share the news that we are inviting the first teams and companies to use Darwin.

In recent weeks we’ve had the honor of inviting teams whose products we use and we are inspired by, to be among the first testers of Darwin. Over the coming months, we’ll be inviting more teams progressively to learn from their feedback so we can offer the best possible experience once we make it publicly available.

Building a truly delightful user experience has always been our top priority, so we put a lot of time into understanding the problems people have with web analytics software. We learned why people love analytics, why people hate analytics, and what we could do to make the whole experience significantly better.

Darwin is a new kind of analytics software, with superpowers that you’ve always wanted in a modern tool. Simple but high-resolution metrics with the most important traffic insights make data analytics feel like magic.

Darwin allows you to get valuable insights easily and as fast as possible. It cuts through the noise with only real user data, so the data you receive excludes bots and pointless information.

More than just building an analytics app, we see Darwin as a huge opportunity to have a real impact on how people make decisions, handle data, and steer business in the right direction.

Hundreds of millions of people rely on analytics as a basis to make their most important decisions, yet until now, they haven’t had great software to support them. Given the amount of critical decisions being made by small startups and large enterprise companies based on data, Darwin has the ambition to shape how people use high-resolution data and spark change.

We’re looking forward to moving into the next phase of our journey and starting to welcome more of you along for the ride.