Hey There Stack Overflow Buddy!
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.
Bugfender was so quick and easy to get set up. In less than 5 minutes I could see my logs come through, which enables me to provide better support. I have tried other debugging tools in the past, but this is way above Crashlytics or any other platforms. Can't believe I didn't find this sooner. Gary Middleton
Bugfender helped us to fix a production level bug in our app that we just couldn't replicate ourselves. John Jordan
Bugfender just enabled us to easily perform remote debugging across our team, it's just fantastic. Adam Stalek
Just wanted to tell you guys, we are loving Bugfender. Don't know how we made it this far without it. We used to use Lumberjack, but then it didn't support Swift. And, it was always awkward to get log files off devices. Now that is trivial. Nice job! Great web interface. Steve Webha from Blast Motion
To initialize you said it would only take 60 seconds to setup, but damnnnn... it's taken only 20 seconds! Thank you, I love it. Prabhakar Thota