New York: After five months of development, micro-blogging website Twitter has launched an app for its Fabric mobile development toolkit so that developers can address various issues related to their app including sudden crash through smartphones.
Fabric is a tool that developers use to keep constant pulse on their apps once out in the wild and helps them track crashes or user behaviour within the apps.
According to Meekal Bajaj, Twitter product manager, more than 1.6 billion devices currently use some part of Fabric and more than 225,000 developers started using it within one year of it becoming available.
Fabric has certain ready to go dashboards and it can automatically display the top issues worth addressing.
Users can also read and write comments on issues right from within the mobile app.
The app is available for free on Apple's app store and the Google play store for developers currently using Fabric. The app also works with the Apple Watch and Android Wear.
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