October 30, 2012 - BugSense today released a new SDK for its App Monitoring/Crash Analytics Service to support Windows Phone 8 at launch.
According to Microsoft’s corporate vice president for Windows Web Services, Antoine Leblond’s latest comments in his interview with TechCrunch, “Microsoft’s focus is not on ‘filling the store but on getting quality apps into the store.”
BugSense recognizes that app quality is defined over time as performance issues are identified. Developers need detailed information and issue reporting to ensure that their apps provide the best user experience at all times. BugSense offers advanced real-time error reporting and quality metrics about an app’s health, as well as correlations between user retention and errors, with just one line of code. Trusted by thousands of businesses, world-class mobile apps, software houses, and independent developers across multiple platforms, it is the leading quality metrics/error tracking SDK.
Thanks to its ease of integration and variety of plans suited to various need and budget, BugSense is the perfect match for innovative Windows Phone 8 developers. Jon Vlachoyiannis, BugSense’s CTO, knows that the Windows Phone platform will change the scene for mobile development, and believes the BugSense service will prove to be highly valuable to Windows Phone developers. “BugSense is one of the leading applications for monitoring and crash analytics. Today we are pleased to announce we are ready to offer our services to help boost the quality of Windows Phone apps.”
“Maintaining application quality requires consistent attention and is a priority for Microsoft”, said JC Cimetiere, Director, Windows Phone Partner & Developer programs, Microsoft Corp. “BugSense is a cost effective, frictionless solution for Windows Phone developers and app publishers willing to analyze, understand and improve the quality of their apps” he continued. With features that range from error insights and log filtering to JIRA integration and graphic presentations, BugSense helps developers focus their energy on building and supporting a quality mobile app. BugSense is available for free trial, giving developers the chance to test the service and identify the plan that best suits their needs.