Software quality assurance is the cornerstone in the software development lifecycle, a significant portion of the development cost goes into quality assurance. USA Software testing market size exceeded $40 billion in 2020 and is estimated to grow at over 7% CAGR to exceed $60 billion by 2027. One of the main targets of quality assurance is to identify issues proactively in any stage of the software development lifecycle and after release. Current software quality assurance processes rely heavily on software quality engineers and utilize automation in some areas however system quality is limited by quality engineer’s expertise and the number of quality engineers on the team. Using a patent-pending technique echofy records users’ interactions and system responses in very high fidelity and marks normal and abnormal interactions then extracts patterns to be utilized in detecting future abnormal issues and incidents as well as simulating users' behaviors. The high-fidelity recording can as well be used in tracking user behaviors and recreate user sessions to help QA and developers identify any issues facing the end-user. Echofy integrates with issue tracking software providers like JIRA for a seamless development experience that cuts down on the back and forth among development teams and QA teams. Recorded users’ sessions can be used to provide insightful analytic of users’ behaviors during the digital experience and guide system evolution through A/B testing. Echofy also can be used as an unbiased evaluator of system implementation to grant levels of quality, this could be useful for organizations that rely on contractors for software systems implementations.