Instabug, the premier mobile tracking, crash, and bug reporting tool for mobile teams, secured $46 million in a Series B fundraising round led by global software investor Insight Partners, with participation from current investor Accel and new investors Forgepoint Capital and Endeavor.
Instabug will use the funding to carry out its aim of providing performance data and issue transparency to engineering teams, as well as customer insights and direct user input to product teams.
Instabug is developing its first mobile observability and performance monitoring platform, in addition to its existing preemptive issue detection, sophisticated debugging, and alert management capabilities.
Today’s digital brands and services are progressively expecting purpose-built mobile solutions that enhance their goods and experiences, according to Ganesh Bell, Managing Director of Insight Partners.
Since the firm has handled mobile as a first-class citizen since day one, and its leadership has a thorough awareness of the challenges encountered by mobile-focused/mobile-first organizations and developers, Instabug is well-positioned to dominate the emerging mobile app observability and monitoring field.
The good news is that technology has created a platform known as application observability. App observability gives mobile developers unique visibility into the performance of their apps.
If you’re a developer, you’ve probably experienced the frustration of a difficult crash for which you can’t find the cause.
Observability offers you meaningful insights into the state of your application and gathers more in-depth data to assist users address issues as promptly as feasible.
Application observability solutions collect more detailed information about each crash, such as network logs, repro steps, session profiles, and more, making finding and fixing problems faster and more efficient.
Observability tools can also assist users to figure out how many individuals are impacted by a crash and which segment they belong to, so users can figure out how each crash affects users and prioritize problems appropriately.
That is exactly what Instabug is for. The company plans to upgrade its platform as well as grow into new markets.
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