San Francisco,U.S.A — Crittercism, the world’s first Mobile App Performance Management (APM) platform, announced on October 3, the availability of its new mobile app crash reporting service for HTML5. The new service allows developers, for the first time, to view errors and issues for HTML5, Mobile Web and Hybrid apps through Crittercism’s real-time app performance monitoring service.
Crittercism is the first and only solution to allow developers to manage all apps, regardless of language, native iOS and Android, HTML5, Mobile Web, combined native, or any other combination through a single interface. Available for a free 30-day trial, developers can sign up and download the lightweight SDK in less than five minutes. Once integrated, developers simply log in and see all identified bugs in real-time.
“Wrapp has hundreds of thousands of users and is growing rapidly. We’ve created a fun and easy way to give free and paid gift cards to Facebook friends, which involves an intricate combination of code, mobile payments and several app configurations,” said Nicklas Ansman Giertz, Senior Developer, Wrapp. “We are always trying new methods of mobile app development that span across native iOS and Android as well as HTML5. Crittercism provides us with a great overview on exactly how our apps are being used and performing, especially now that we are combining native code with HTML5.”
“Developers are continually exploring and pushing the boundaries of mobile app development. We started out as mobile developers, so we understand how important it is to explore new languages, techniques and best practices in order to offer the best service,” said Andrew Levy, Crittercism co-founder and CEO. “We are thrilled to offer developers, of all sizes, an easy method of uncovering issues and bugs in their HTML5 and Hybrid apps.”
In addition to Crash Reporting, Crittercism also offers advanced Mobile APM features such as Handled Exceptions, Breadcrumbs, Crittercism NDK and Dynamic Real-Time Alerts to developers under a 30-day free trial. Following that, developers can choose from three flexible billing plans: Free Crash Reporting, Premium Error Monitoring and Enterprise App Monitoring.