Whenever we talk about niche product research, Jungle Scout will almost certainly spring to mind.

A firm favourite with sellers, Jungle Scout is available as a chrome extension or web app and gives users the opportunity to quickly and easily search through thousands of products.  

As well as product searches, Jungle Scout includes a whole host of features including niche hunters, free webinars and case studies and comes in three packages ranging from $29 per month to $84 per month for the Professional Package.

We’re aware that, good as it is, Jungle Scout may not be right for everyone and so, we hear you ask, is there any alternative?  

Well, yes there is – several of them in fact. Here,  we’ve put together our list of some viable alternatives to help you get your niche sales up and running.

Not only are there alternatives to Jungle Scout but, even better, some of them are absolutely free!

Top 12 Jungle Scout Free Alternatives

Supported Marketplaces
Web App
Chrome Extension
Ratings of Sales Estimation
Ratings of Product Research
Chrome extension: $97
Web app: starts from $29/month
9 marketplaces except JP
Product Database
Product Tracker
Niche Hunter
Reliable and accurate, excellent and constantly available customer service
More expensive compared to similar products. Does not serve China and Japan’s marketplaces
5 Stars
5 Stars
Chrome extension: Free
Web app: starts from $33/month
Product Database
Keyword Tools
Inventory & Financial Management
Reasonably priced
Not user friendly,
Incomprehensible customer service
5 Stars
4.5 Stars
Chrome extension: $40
Web app: starts from $10/month
9 marketplaces except JP
Product research with best seller tag
Fee calculator
Next 5 products button
Works on any page on Amazon
Very broad data for full analysis
General over-estimation which leads to inaccurate data
4 Stars
4.5 Stars
Web app: starts from $25/month
9 marketplaces except AU
Product Research, Keyword Research, Sales Analytics and Inventory Management
User friendly interface
with wide ranges of different efficient Amazon tools. One plan covers all features.
It does not offer a free trial, and will be more expensive if choose to bill monthly
4 Stars
4.5 Stars
Free plan or starts from $97/month
8 marketplaces except JP and IN
Product&Keyword Research, Listing Optimizaiton, Market analysis and Inventory Management
Contains a huge number of tools, relevant and accurate and user-friendly
More expensive and don't serve all marketplaces
4.5 Stars
Starts from $50/month
12 marketplaces
Product&Keyword Research, PPC Mangment and Listing Builder
Intuitive interface, the all in one tool helps you with all business needs

Expensive than other tools. Not all features support 12 marketplaces
4.5 Stars
Starts from $57/month
8 marketplaces and IN

Product Detector, Keyword Ranking, PPC Management and Review Monitor
User-friendly and good in accuracy, and has ecent support
Sometimes it might be buggy with new features
4 Stars
Sales estimates
Product research
Free to download
Fun and easy to read dashboard
Basic except for when integrated with AMZ Tracker
3 Stars
3 Stars
Web app: starts from $97 and then $10/month
Best seller rankings
Niche Research
Revenue Estimator
User friendly interface
Fast product research
Only the pro version differentiates between organic and sponsored content
3.5 Stars
5 Stars
Web app: starts from $40/month
Product research
Historical Amazon keywords
Automatic storage
Reasonably priced - Basic just $39.95 per month
Described as ‘keyword gold’ for fast, accurate results
The third package is a little expensive and would be necessary for advanced sellers
5 Stars
5 Stars
Web app: starts from $29/month
Competitor analysis
Profitability estimation
Good compatibility
Reasonably priced
Some features can be quite basic and accuracy can be hit and miss
4 Stars
4 Stars
Web app: starts from $40/month
8 marketplaces except JP and IN
Profit calculator
Reasonably priced
Easy to navigate
Users can’t tell from the tool if a product has reached its potential - better metrics would be useful
3 Stars
3 Stars
Web app: starts from $299/month
12 marketplaces
Product Research
Product Tracking
User friendly interface
Wide range of features
Thought to be quite expensive in comparison to similar tools
Inadequate customer service
2 Stars
3.5 Stars

1. Scope


Scope Seller Labs is a handy Jungle Scout free alternative.  A 100% free-to-use Amazon tool for keyword research, product research, and analytics, Scope Seller Labs has everything you need to get started with your product or niche search.

Although maybe a little more basic than some of the paid options, Scope is a great tool for beginners and includes a number of handy features including reverse ASIN lookups on selected products to allow users to find out which particular keywords successful products are using.  

This YouTube video is a really useful tutorial for those just starting out.  

As well as the usual webinars, ebooks and tips, you can schedule a tour of the site and features online to get a fully comprehensive grasp of what Scope can do for you and your business.

2. Unicorn Smasher


There’s nothing mythical about Amz Tracker’s Unicorn Smasher.

This free to download product research tool is featured on the ‘best available’ leaderboard and features real-time comprehensive data and accurate sales estimates.

Users can navigate quickly between product niches to find insights to pricing, ranking, and ratings as well as product reviews.

Check out this great YouTube video to get started with Unicorn Smasher.

 As well as all of the features mentioned, and a tool to check the optimization of a conical URL, users can also integrate Unicorn Smasher with AMZ Tracker for a supercharged selling tool (although there is a charge for using AMZ Tracker).

Although these unpaid options are really helpful for beginners and those just dabbling in Amazon selling, more experienced sellers may be looking for something a little more comprehensive to help elevate their business.

Although there is a charge to use the following, it’s worth the investment to have a reliable and effective product research tool.

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3. AMZScout


AMZ Scout takes over from where the freebies lay off.

Known for its sales estimate accuracy, AMZ Scout is considered to be one of the most reliable tools on the market for Amazon sellers and a great Jungle Scout alternative.

Users can try AMZ Scout for free for seven days before committing to a purchase – options for which include three packages:

  • Free Package of $0 with limited features
  • Light Package for $45.99 per month
  • Full Package for $49.99 per month
  • Lifetime Package at $1499.99

All packages include product databases, keyword trackers and analysis of competitors, with 5 product trackers with the Light Package, 150 with the Full Package and the same 150 with the Lifetime Package.  

AMZ Scout is not only a product research tool!

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Users can also log onto the AMZ Scout website for free estimators and FBA calculators.  This useful YouTube video gives you a lowdown on all things AMZ Scout.

Reviews of AMZ Scout are largely positive with reviewers praising the reliability and accuracy as well as the 24/7 availability of customer service professionals.

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4. IO Scout

IO Scout is an all-in-one solution that offers great value for money.

With just $25/month, you get access to Product Research Tool, Product Historical Data, Keyword Research Tool, Sales Estimations, FBA Calculator, Sales Analytics Tool, Inventory Management Tool and much more!

Compared to Jungle Scout, you can unlimitedly access some features such as product tracker, keyword data with any pricing plan.

IO Scout offers live support, free product updates, and higher data accuracy for its tools. It does not have a free trial but users are assured of a 5-day money-back guarantee.

If you have any needs for more efficient Amazon tools, you should check the IO Scout website for more information. 

5. Helium 10


Helium 10 is an all-in-one Amazon seller tool with dozens of features.

The software has got lots of incredible features such as the tracking of keywords, spying on competitors, market products, and even help you get reimbursement from Amazon, and more, which Amazon sellers can be benefited from.

Its advanced product discovery tool.  Black Box allows users to search for products that are trending and selling well.

So, sellers can refine their search with a number of parameters to make a better selling decision.

It offers a free trial so you can try it first and decide if you want to continue with the paid plan.

6. Viral Launch

Viral Launch

Viral Launch is a comprehensive package of sellers’ tools all in one place. It has all the necessary tools you need to make your business thrive on Amazon.

It will help you find those products that have high selling potential and demand.

It will also do the opposite – finding markets for you that are yet to be saturated, and give you reliable product data and insight into Amazon trends.

The algorithm behind this tool is pretty smart – and will also help you to calculate your expenses and any potential profits for a specific product.

7. Sellics

Sellics has an intuitive user interface that allows sellers the navigate around it easily. It allows you to have an in-depth look at the different products sold on Amazon.

If you’ve got little or no idea on what product niche is profitable and less competitive, the product detector page is structured to help you out on this.

And, you can also the tool to quickly sort out those products that don’t match your desired criteria.

8. ASINspector


ASINspector is your very own listing detective and a fantastic tool for both new and experienced sellers.  

The handy ‘open in store’ feature allows users to seek out listings on Alibaba, ebay, AliExpress and even Walmart and, provides a number of features that are not available with Jungle Scout including really handy product and niche ideas.  

ASINspector will also, at the click of a mouse, provide a list of keywords for which a product is ranked, along with its position in search rankings.  

In addition to these features, users can access a profit calculator and, wholesale sellers can take advantage of a unique feature that helps to estimate the value and profit of bulk buy on Amazon.  

Although users find all of these features – and more – really useful, some reviewers say that there is a tendency toward sales underestimation on a number of products.  

Find out more by watching this helpful video.

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Affiliated with ASINspector, KIPRT is a visually pleasing tool for those who want ‘at a glance’ results and a great Jungle Scout alternative.

Easy-to-read graphs show monthly sales as well as the number of reviews being added on a daily basis and the option to view sellers, negative keywords, and reverse ASIN keywords for each listing.  

Slightly different from other tools, KIPRT’s pricing structure works by buying credits for particular features that can be renewed once they have been used.

Because of this, many users find KIPRT to be somewhat overpriced and, also, many warn that it is frustratingly slow so, not ideal for those who want to see results in a hurry.

This YouTube video will give you a good overview of how it works.

10. Amachete


Amachete was created to help both beginners and experienced sellers to achieve success.

Available as a convenient Chrome extension, Amachete offers competition analytics, profit estimators, rank, and inventory trackers.   

This YouTube video gives a handy overview of what Amachete can do for Amazon sellers.

One very useful feature offered by Amachete is the Hijack Monitor – the site claims to monitor your listings constantly so that, once a hijacker is detected, you will be contacted straight away.

And then the hijacker will immediately be shut down before they are able to start gaining sales which are rightfully yours.

You may also like: How to Deal With Amazon Competitors Hijacking Listings?

Amachete offers a generous 14-day free trial and, packages start at $39 for the straight-forward product tracker option.

Many users cite Amachete as more reliable than Jungle Scout and praise the ease of use, ease of switching plans and proactive customer service.

11. CashCowPro


Useful but fairly basic, Cash Cow Pro is a reasonably priced tool with a number of useful features.

Cited (by themselves admittedly) as the number 1 Amazon selling tool, Cash Cow Pro features an advanced top 20 Million Best Sellers and includes a free Chrome extension download.  

Although frustratingly, Cash Cow Pro doesn’t give the option of filtering lists of products (despite its assertion that it has all the features you need to grow your business), most of the important filters are available.  

There is the option to search either by keyword or by the number of sellers which can come in really handy but, unfortunately, users are not able to delete products from the lists which don’t make for efficient house-keeping.

Cash Cow Pro pricing runs from $49.97 per month or $497 per year.  It has a 10-day free trial and discount for your first subscription.

Find out more about Cash Cow Pro in this video.

12. AMZshark


When navigating the murky waters of Amazon selling, AMZ Shark is a great tool to keep close at hand.  

Using the method of tracking actual product sales, AMZ Shark has a number of useful features including the Shark Score which is a competitiveness score for niches.

Fast and accurate, AMZ Shark supports Amazon Japan and China giving it an advantage over Jungle Scout who has yet to include these territories.

This informative video gives you a lowdown on this useful tool.  

The place where AMZ Shark lets itself down is in its filtering which is vastly inferior to that of Jungle Scout.

AMZ Shark is, unusually, free for the whole of the first month but then gets a little expensive at $299 per month.

However, the price includes a large number of features including 1500 keywords and 1000 sales tracker products.

As an Amazon seller, nothing is more important than a product and it’s worth investing in decent tools for your trade.  

Although the free tools listed here can be useful (particularly for those just dipping a toe in the water), most sellers will eventually migrate to one of the more powerful paid options for the extended features and increased reliability.

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