Anything you can view in a Chrome browser can be measured e.g. prototypes, websites, or enterprise applications.
By using a mirroring application and capturing screens we can measure and evaluate mobile experiences.
And, coming soon we're working to offer ability to be able to measure real world in-person experiences from your phone. It's still possible, but its more of a work around.
We productized our own process to perform UX evalutation to make it faster and more collaborative improve the process for UX designers. Well, here it is. Our back of the napkin estimate clocks it in at 50-70% more efficient.
After reviewing with peers in and outside of our network we concept tested the process with companies. Continually we are making incremental changes to improve it and on a shoestring budget. We broke ground and began building it.
We're broadening the appeal by extending the application beyond ux design to a broader audiences. as well as, fix some things that were just not working.
The product will be available soon to use and evaluate for free, and there will be priced equitably for interested customers to use.