Microsoft released its new operating systems, Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, earlier this month.
“The new Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 operating systems are highly advanced platforms, therefore it is important for developers to have the right tools in place to manage the wide array of new features and functionality,” said Crittercism co-founder and CEO Andrew Levy in a statement.
Crittercism shows developers all of the stability, display, and performance issues related to their apps in real-time. The platform can measure an app’s performance on any Windows Phone 8, Surface, or Windows 8 Desktop device. Explained Levy, “With Crittercism, developers can improve app quality and prioritize and fix top issues immediately, acting as an insurance policy against poor app reviews.”
Based in San Francisco, Crittercism is funded by Opus Capital, Shasta Ventures, and Google Ventures. The company also has performance measurement tools for iOS, Android, and HTML5 on more than 250 million devices and over 11 billion app loads. “We look forward to now extending our platform across all operating systems that developers are engaging and developing on,” Levy said.