Instabug allows testers and users to report bugs and send feedback in-app with simply shaking their phones. Instabug's SDK attaches screenshots, screen recordings, device details, user steps, and all the logs you need to debug and iterate faster.
15,000+ of the top apps rely on Instabug for bug reporting, crash reporting and in-app feedback.
Disclaimer: I'm one of the founders of Instabug.
If we're talking mobile apps, we can definitely help with that! Some of the top apps (www.instabug.com/customers) are already using Instabug to squash bugs and speed up their product development process.
Very briefly, we offer a lightweight SDK where your users/testers can report bugs, send feedback or sugge…See more
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Launching out of Y Combinator's Winter 2016 class today is a company I interviewed way back in 2013 in Startup Alley. Incredibly, Instabug startup started building the app during the turmoil in Egypt back in 2012 and made it out of the chaos of the Egyptian revolution to make it to, and through, YC.
I came across Instabug when I was in Cairo in 2013. Little did I know that this plucky startup, born in the Arab Spring, would eventually make it through Y Combinator's Winter 2016 class. Now they have gone on to raise $1.7M in a Seed round led by Accel Partners to expand beyond their original aim of mobile app bug reporting.
Like most entrepreneurs, Saba Mohebpour founded his company out of a problem he experienced himself. While trying to open his own ecommerce shop in January 2017, Mohebpour was reaching out to suppliers to get their products in his store with 20 percent of the profit going to him, and the rest to suppliers.
In the December of 2017, Marc Chapon was just like any other entrepreneur starting out on the journey to a successful online business. He had studied Hospitality/Restaurant management in Paris and Switzerland and the most he knew about marketing were the basics the course had covered- and now, he had quit his full time job and ventured into ecommerce, with n…See more
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