Bugfender: a remote logger for iOS

Bugfender enables developers to see NSLogs of their applications on user’s iPhones and iPads.


Cloud and Managed Service

Bugfender is a cloud service that allows developers to upload their application logs (even for remote devices), combined with a web console to view them. Simply create an account to start using Bugfender to get the NSLog console of any device you are interested in.

Integrate our SDK

We also provide an SDK via CocoaPods with a superior logger to NSLog, making it very easy and powerful to send logs to Bugfender. Integration of the SDK usually takes less than 15 minutes, and has a very small footprint. It requires a low amount of memory and your app performance wont suffer at all.

Adapt it to your needs

Bugfender has more advanced features than the standard iOS log system with NSLog, which includes programmatically deciding if logs need to be sent to the server or alerting the developer of an error condition that needs to be investigated.

 

Publish your apps

Bugfender works well in applications in production, published in iTunes Connect, published beta versions (Testflight for example) and enterprise applications published in a corporate store.

Features

NSLog or custom log

Logs are sent remotely from the device to our servers, so you can check what’s causing trouble.

Device enable/disable

Save your users precious bandwidth by only having specific devices sending data.

Offline support

Logs are queued on the device and are transmitted as soon as the device is online again.

iOS device info

The iOS version and iPhone, iPad or iPod version are logged within each session, as well as device orientation, free memory and other useful data.

Developer notifications

Programatically decide if you want to send logs if you detect an issue on runtime.

Organization

Logs are organized by sessions, devices and app versions. You can easily find what you’re looking for via our admin panel.

Tags & Log levels

Set tags and levels for each line to later search and filter entries within the log viewer.

How much does it cost?

Start using Bugfender completely free of charge and upgrade to a paid version if you need more features.

The free version is not a trial, keep using it for as long as you want.

Start using Bugfender for free