Fabric reviews from startup founders

5 reviews by founders
June 19, 2016

Fabric was initially a startup called Crashlytics, now it’s part of the Twitter ecosystem; they provide crash reporting and debug assistance for front end apps like iOS and Android. It’s free, and backed by Twitter. They have a phenomenal dashboard view and high level analytics. Also, they have a very nice “Daily Dashboard” that we use regularly that reports certain metrics such as DAU, MAU, session length, # of crashes, etc. I like them because with Google Analytics or Mixpanel, the information is very buried, you have to go click certain cohorts or something in order to find it. Of course, Fabric/Crashlytics is not the place for drill down. We then resort to GA or Mixpanel when we need to drill down more. The other benefit is that it is free!

Derric Gilling

Co-founder - Trove

March 19, 2016

Fabric.io lets us keep track of our app’s health and any crashes.

Eve Peters

Founder & CEO - Whim

March 1, 2016

We utilize the Fabric (owned by Twitter) toolset. We use Crashlytics for crash reports. We use MoPub for adserving within our mobile apps.

Brett Scott

COO - Chat Sports

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