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Crittercism Partners with StackMob to Bring Mobile App Performance Management to App Developers
Crittercism teams up with StackMob to help developers improve app performance, engagement and increase revenue

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Crittercism, the world's first Mobile App Performance Management (APM) platform, today announced its partnership with StackMob, a leading mobile app development platform, to deliver crash reporting and mobile app performance diagnostic services to 15,000 StackMob developers.

Through the Crittercism and StackMob offering, developers now have command of all the cloud services they need to develop, deploy, monitor and improve app performance in real-time, and in one location. As a result, developers are not only able to streamline development, but they can now pinpoint when and where their apps are crashing, discover and fix the specific causes of problems, analyze user behavior and track custom attributes in order to optimize app performance.

Through StackMob's new, developer-ready, Marketplace for API modules, developers and enterprises can now easily install and integrate Crittercism into their mobile applications in just one click. Carefully tested and approved by the StackMob engineering team, every API module available in the marketplace can be integrated with a one-click installation. Featuring modules from a broad set of technologies such as analytics, API integration, advertising, commerce and more, the StackMob Marketplace helps developers get to market faster with fewer development resources.

"We operate in a hyper-competitive mobile app market with consumers demanding that apps are both engaging and reliable across a wide array of phones, tablets and platforms. By teaming up with Crittercism we are able to better support our developers," said Kumi Walker, vice president of business development at StackMob. "Being able to effectively monitor mobile app performance is critical to any developer's customer support and monetization strategy, as this has a direct impact on store ratings, customer reviews, engagement and ultimately revenues."

"This partnership is significant for the mobile app community in that developers are now able to build, deploy, monitor and manage their mobile apps at a rapid pace from a single view," said Andrew Levy, Crittercism's co-founder and CEO. "We are excited to partner with platforms like StackMob to help developers streamline their workload, while helping to evolve the way developers are building, monitoring and managing their apps."

Developers can download and install Crittercism's lightweight SDK in less than 5 minutes. Once integrated, developers simply log in at www.crittercism.com and can see all bugs identified in their code in real-time. In addition to Crash Reporting, Crittercism offers other advanced features such as Handled Exceptions, Breadcrumbs, Metadata and Dynamic Real-Time Alerts.

About Crittercism

Crittercism, based in San Francisco, California, is the world's first mobile app performance management (APM) solution that offers a real-time global view of app diagnostics and app crashes across iOS, Android and HTML5 on over 250 million unique devices and over 11 billion app loads. The company's investors include Opus Capital, Shasta Ventures and Google Ventures.  Learn more @crittercism and www.crittercism.com

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