The tools you've mentioned provide traditional analytics and focus on measuring key metrics, such as new users, OS being used, drop off rates, geographic breakdown and more.
But, if you want to dive into the user experience and behavior, these tools won't tell the the full story, since they emphasize the numbers instead of the reasons. So, you'll understand the 'what' and not the 'why'. For example, you may detect that you have a low user retention, but you won't understand why users are not returning to use your app.
So, I also suggest you to take a look at a unique user experience analytics solution called Appsee.
Briefly, Appsee helps you understand how users interact with your iOS & Android apps, by providing an extensive user experience & behavior analytics platform and analytics reports. You can watch user session recordings and look at touch heatmaps to see how users actually interact with your app.
[Disclaimer: I work for Appsee,]