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By jeffreyw
Published: Feb 19 2014 / 12:31

You may not have noticed, but history has unfolded before our very eyes in the past few months, with mobile device sales expected to outpace those of the traditional laptops for the first time. What is somewhat surprising, however, is how immature mobile app monitoring tools are. For anyone trying to gain a better understanding of their mobile apps in the wild (read as developers, product managers, marketers, etc.), there are not a whole pile of options out there. What further compounds this issue is the fact that mobile app development brings with it a new set of problems not experienced in the traditional web app development space.
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edbyrne replied ago:

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Great post - yes - mobile monitoring, error reporting, and ongoing testing is an under-serviced space despite the explosion in mobile usage.

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jeffreyw replied ago:

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Thanks, Ed! It's definitely strange that it's such an underserved market, but I think we've got a really neat solution here that fills a lot of the gaps.

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