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Crash Report Diagnostics From Crittercism


Mobile Application Performance Management (APM) company Crittercism has partnered with mobile app development platform StackMob to deliver new crash reporting and mobile app performance diagnostic services.

The new service layer is presented through StackMob's Marketplace for API modules to bring real-time monitoring information to programmers who should be able to use the resulting data to streamline development and pinpoint when and where their apps are crashing.

The end result is that coders can discover and fix the specific causes of problems, analyze user behavior, and track custom attributes in order to optimize app performance.

Every API module available in the marketplace can be integrated with a one-click installation. Featuring modules including analytics, API integration, advertising, and commerce, the StackMob Marketplace could help developers get to market faster with fewer development resources.

"Being able to effectively monitor mobile app performance is critical to any developer's customer support and monetization strategy, as this has a direct impact on store ratings, customer reviews, engagement, and ultimately revenues," said Kumi Walker, vice president of business development at StackMob.

Developers can download and install Crittercism's SDK in less than five minutes. Once integrated, developers log in to see all bugs identified in their code in real-time. In addition to Crash Reporting, Crittercism offers other advanced features such as Handled Exceptions, Breadcrumbs, Metadata, and Dynamic Real-Time Alerts.


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