BugSplat gives you the context you need to figure out what causes crashes and who's affected while making it simple to follow up once your fix is deployed.
Get context rich reports that give you unmatched data on crashes
Quickly identify the function name and line number behind your crash
Impress your users by reaching out about a problem before they can report it
BugSplat groups similar crashes together helping you to quickly identify the most critical defects causing your app to crash.
BugSplat automatically groups similar crashes to help you quickly bad defects
Filter crashes by frequency, crash date, or version
Find the handful of defects causing the majority of your crashes
Find hidden defects by organizing any group of crashes using a different level of the call stack. Try that with any other crash reporter!
“BugSplat is great. How did we live without it before? I love the way BugSplat helps us when we cannot reproduce a crash. For example, a recent crash was not reproducible, but when looking at the report in BugSplat, we found the cause immediately. ”
Brigid, QA Specialist
Don't wait to hear about a critical new bug from emails sent to support. Know the instant something bad happens via customizable email or Slack message alerts.
Get alerted when your crash rate spikes, a new type of crash occurs, or an old crash type recurs
Alert your whole team by sending messages to a custom Slack channel or an email list.
BugSplat plays nicely with your favorite tools. That means you won't have to switch up your workflow—we just make it better.
Get alerted when your app has a problem right away in Slack
Create data rich issues in Jira, Github Issues, Youtrack, Azure DevOps, and more, right from a crash
"We really like BugSplat, and the communication we receive from your team. You guys provide great support, and it is very much noticed and appreciated."
Ryan, Chief Information Officer
Each time BugSplat collects a crash it compiles loads of actionable data that will help you fix your hard to diagnose defects in record time.
Quickly see crash specific data like the function and line number of the crash, the environment it took place in, and a user description of the event.
View the full debugger output of a crash as well as Registers, Modules, and other attachments.
Did your new release do better than your previous one? Did the fix you came up with for that one tricky bug actually do the job? With BugSplat, you can compare your releases to truly figure out what's happening.
See at a glance how your release has performed
Dive deeper to figure out if a defect has been fixed in your latest release
Report on the overall performance of new releases against previous releases