Bugsee was named a Cool Vendor in Gartner’s Cool Vendors in DevOps 2017 report, along the titans like Slack.
Bugsee received top billing by SD Times in their story, “The Best Crash and Bug Reporters of 2017”.
Our CEO, Alex Fishman, interviewed by SD Times for their article of why Android is winning
Bugsee is a cloud-based tool that monitors and records the state of a system, offering bug and crash reports with bug information sent to the developer’s bug tracker. The company describes Bugsee as a black box or flight recorder for mobile apps. Developers can debug iOS or Android apps by embedding Bugsee’s SDK. Apps built with Cordova and React Native are supported as well.
San Jose-based Bugsee makes a reporting tool that can help developers with debugging programs.
When you’re a startup founder, you get a lot of questions. What’s your traction? Are you technical? When do you expect to implode and go back to working at a bank? Most of them are easy to answer. But there’s one that I get pushback on. It usually goes like this:
While we love everything that technology does for us, including making work and life easier, especially now that there are so many available apps on our mobile devices, we don’t love it when it doesn’t work. Often, the issue with software, whether for desktop or mobile devices, is a pesky thing known as a bug…
Bugsee recently announced the general availability of its bug reporting and crash analytics tool. The tool continuously captures console logs and video of user interactions with mobile apps in order to record events that led to crashes or bugs. By capturing real-time behavior, the need to recreate intermittent bugs vanishes.
I’m a software developer by trade. I’ve got a computer science degree. I build shit in my spare time, just for shits and giggles. Believe me, I know how annoying it can be when you’ve got a bug that’s screwing everything up and you’ve got to hunt it down. This goes double when it appears intermittently…
New bug fixing tool allows app developers to spend more time improving functionality and user experience and less time logging, explaining and fixing buggy apps.