These softwares can't really be compared in fact.
Basically, you must see Tournament Indicator as a Poker odds
calculator only, with some interesting additional features like M Zone and few other basic stats.
It is not done to track these really few stats (5 or 6, that you can't choose) on the long run.
It's true that for some beginners, the odds calculator, M Zone, VP$IP may be good stuff to play a little better than average.
But if you really want to improve, you'll see that you can calculate the odds very easily by yourself, and so by choosing a real tracking software like Holdem Manager or Poker Tracker 3, you'll have really a great tool to improve your game. You'll be able to replay the hands that you didn't play well and find why, you'll be able to have valuable information if you play CG, by the tracking stats of your opponents, in order to know which type of poker they play, can you steal their blinds easily, will they fold to a continuation bet, etc...
As the price of these softwares is quite the same, I would definitely choose a real tracking software as far as I'm concerned