App Reports Mobile Crashes In Real Time
Crittercism has launched an app that monitors other apps and tells their developers when they have bugs, crashes, and other issues. The mobile app allows developers to view errors for HTML5, Mobile Web, and Hybrid apps in real-time. HTML5 apps need to work across multiple browsers which causes problems with the fragmentation. HTML5 is increasing in popularity because it can be used to build Web apps used on all mobile platforms, like iOS, Android, and Windows phone, which is cost effective and less time consuming. The mobile app is the first of its kind to allow developers to manage all apps in different programming languages through a single interface, according to the company. In addition to crash reporting, Crittercism also provides developers with a 30-day free trial for advanced mobile app performance management (APM) features such as Dynamic Real-Time Alerts and Breadcrumbs, which quickly sets up and tracks events to identify when a consumer completes a level, makes a purchase, enters data, or uses a key feature.
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