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As a fellow developer, you'll know when fixing bugs that the more info you get, the better. Bugfender is a remote logger that allows you to view your apps' log files from your real users and their devices.
Crash logs are sent remotely from the device to our servers, so you can track what’s causing trouble.
Enable and disable logging for each device individually and remotely.
Logs are stored locally on the device and transmitted when it’s back online.
Logs are organized by sessions, devices, and app versions, so you can easily find what you’re looking for via our admin panel.
Send issues from your app and organize them in your favorite bug tracking tool.
Get information about the device for each logging session, and review OS versions and device features.
Tags & Levels
Set tags and priority levels for each log line - making it easier to search and filter entries within the log viewer later on.
What Do Our Customers Say?
Bugfender is helping thousands of developers all over the world to release superb, bug-free applications.
I've been looking for an easy-to-use and handy "Logs as a Service" tool to integrate into an Ionic app. To say the least, Bugfender has been an amazing discovery! Not only does it provide me exactly what I was looking for, but, witnessing that in addition to providing both Android and iOS SDKs, Bugfender had a Cordova plugin was such a big win to me! Plus, everything is straight to the point: be it the docs or the overall UI & UX! Much thanks for this fantastic job Bugfender team! Gregordy
The ability to look under the hood in realtime gives us a much better and faster way to detect and fix issues for production apps! Martin Kovachev from GymNadz
Bugfender helped us to fix a production level bug in our app that we just couldn't replicate ourselves. John Jordan
We wanted to monitor our users behaviour and see the problems they were facing in real-time on our React Native app, and Bugfender allowed us to do that easily. Si-Shi Chen from Honestbee
On many occasions Bugfender enabled me to look into a bug before the QA had even reported it. David Dunham