If you are familiar with watching chess broadcasts on ChessBomb, you'll know they have an engine running on the server which evaluates moves, and colors each move according to whether (according to SF) it was the correct move, an imprecise move, a mistake, a blunder etc. with colors ranging from bright blue (good) to bright red (bad). When switching to a game, one can then instantly see how well the game was played, and where a blunder/mistake may have occurred.
Does anyone know if a similar feature is available in other chess software or websites where one can upload their own games? And get such color codings for their own games?
I'm only looking for something equivalent or very similar to this; I know some software uses graphs to display the +/- score as a function of the move number, and some software can auto-analyze all moves and annotate it with ? and ?! and such. I'm not looking for that.
Edit: below is an example of what I mean, when viewing a game in the mobile browser. It instantly shows all the moves and highlights which moves were good/bad.