Bugfender is a modern remote logger tailor-made for mobile development.
Most developers debug their apps by looking at the logs generated by their application. Usually this means connecting the mobile device with a debugging cable and looking into NSLogs or logcat.
Bugfender is a cloud storage service with an easy to use SDK that lets developers send their application logs for later use. Works for early development phases, beta testing and production applications. Bugfender unlocks the possibility to detect errors earlier, assist better users who contact your customer support and ultimately achieve an excellent customer satisfaction.
Bugfender represents a new opportunity, log collection services have existed for years on the back-end and network monitoring industry but never applied yet to mobile devices.
We’re really happy to announce that Bugfender 2.0 went live in last quarter – a long awaited release that brings many feature requests from our users. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your feedback. It’s truly invaluable and helps us to improve Bugfender every day.
We created this resource to solve one basic problem: Once you go through all the work of building an app, how can you be sure to nail the landing?
In 2016, on the eve of the Black Friday sales frenzy in the US, a research firm called Apteligent released a report estimating how much money firms could lose if their apps crashed on the big day.
I’d like to offer a heartfelt apology to all of our users who have experienced any downtime and issues with Bugfender recently. We’re really sorry these have occured and for all of the inconveniences they may have caused you.
As developers at Mobile Jazz, we know the headache of finding, reproducing, and fixing bugs in mobile apps. Several years ago, we got so fed up debugging mobile apps remotely that we started building a solution for ourselves.
Bugfender grants you fast remote access to your applications’ log files on users’ devices - wherever they are in the world. Bugfender logs virtually everything, going beyond simple app crashes. It even logs when the device is offline.