Our mobile team uses Crashlytics.
Co-founder & CEO - Frame.io
We use Crashlytics for mobile app tracking.
Co-founder & CEO - Mavatar
We use Crashlytics for app analytics. The provide insights that are iOS app oriented.
Marketing Director - FreshGrade
For iOS, we use Crashlytics. It works great with our mobile app.
Founder & CEO - Do
We use Crashlytics for our iOS app. It tells us when it’s crashing and helps us catch errors.
Co-founder & CEO - Mammoth
Crashlytics is amazing for tracking our app. We can see if users have had crashes, etc., and it works incredibly well.
Co-founder & CTO - Spree
Bugs and crashes were tracked using Crashlytics.
Co-founder - Aviary
If we build an update and want to distribute it, Crashlytics lets us do that easily. TestFlight doesn’t let you do that anymore after Apple acquired them. Crashlytics replaced TestFlight for us.
Co-founder - Claim It!
Crashlytics is great for finding technical issues in your app, because you can see exactly where your users are experiencing crashes.
Founder & President - Lionheart Software
2%Stacklist Startups Are Using Crashlytics
Crashlytics is a mobile app developers’ analytics tool that provides crash reporting, monitoring and in-depth performance analytics. In addition to crash alerts, it provides a complete crash report and finds the exact line of code that produced the error. Acquired by Twitter in 2013, Crashlytics is part of the Fabric tool set for mobile app development and has made all of its features - even those previously marked for enterprise-only - free to companies.
Crashlytics customers are those whose core product is a mobile app. Because most Crashlytics users are developers, few founders and operators report it as part of their business Stacklist. However, those who do report it consider it an essential part of their Stacklist. Crashlytics is quite powerful and free--a combination that makes it appealing to startups of all sizes.
Crashlytics is absolutely free! It used to have both a free version and an enterprise version but, as of 2013 when it was acquired by Twitter, it folded all of its features into the free version and removed all user, disk space and API limits.
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