Get ready, the world’s most powerful lightweight crash reporting solution is about to get a whole lot better.
With WWDC just a week away, what better way to roll into this year’s conference (and our event) than with some exciting news?
We are very proud to announce that Fire Tower is now part of Crashlytics!
At Crashlytics, we’re passionate about high-quality experiences on mobile devices and we love helping application developers build them. We help companies provide great mobile applications and services, whether they are using native apps or the mobile web.
We believe in making it easy for companies to understand the performance of their apps, no matter what platform they run on, and we’re excited to bring our customers great technology like Fire Tower as a cornerstone of our mobile web solution.
We look forward to unveiling our mobile web solution in the very near future. Sign up for our beta if you want to get an early preview.
For more details check out media coverage of the acquisition:
Posted by Wayne Chang on May 30, 2012 in Company, Event, Featured
The Crashlytics team is excited to announce WWDC.net — this year, we’re throwing a kick-off party for WWDC 2012! Tons of Crashlytics users will be there. The party will be outside on the terrace at the W Hotel, just a block away from the conference. We’re flying in a DJ that we love from Boston and we want everyone to have a good time after the first day of WWDC 2012. Learn more about the party here
- Have a drink — on us.
- When: June 11th from 8pm – 11pm
- Where: 4th floor terrace at the W Hotel
- How: RSVP at WWDC.net
Change log & version history
March 30, 2012 – 1.1
- Greatly improved robustness to backing store corruption/correctness
- Groundwork for Opt-Out application interface
- Additional API for Opt-Out query and background identifier derivation
- Support for unlimited number of installed SecureUDID applications
- Renamed API to de-emphasize the notion of a salt
- Improved detection of backup/restore
March 27, 2012 – 1.0
- Per-Owner dictionary implementation to support Opt-Out functionality
- Addressed an issue that could result in pasteboard overwriting
March 26, 2012 – 0.9
Posted by Wayne Chang on Dec 21, 2011 in Featured, Infographic
We had our team here at Crashlytics create an infographic to showcase the amazing process that app developers go through. It goes from their initial idea to getting the app directly into the user’s hands, and how to continue to maintain the high level of quality. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did in creating it!
Posted by Wayne Chang on Dec 19, 2011 in Featured
We’ve been heads down building the best crash reporting service for iOS and Android developers. We’re extremely passionate about this space and we want to make sure the build quality is extremely high.
Even though we’re in private beta, we’ve been shipped in many apps, including top-15′s. We’ve been battle-tested and have been used in production. If you want to see the magic yourself, sign up for our beta here.
We’ve been covered in the media in the last few weeks. Here’s a sample list: