HockeyApp, a crash and usage analytics service was acquired by Microsoft in 2014, has just appeared in the Google Play Store, as “Microsoft HockeyApp Reports”.
The app was added on June 16, 2016, however still carry an “Unreleased” tag next to the app title lets app developers “monitor the activity and performance of their apps on the go.”
When installed, the HockeyApp Reports will get the developers “real-time user metrics”, “crash reporting”, and “analytics” as they happen on their phone and tablet while leading to quicker resolution of the issues.
The app also saves times on users as well developers part as they won’t report or wait for the crash report, as the devs already have them on their devices.
“Be notified of new crash groups and instantly triage them with detailed information about the stack trace, affected devices, and OS versions,” stated the app description.
“Track the key user metrics of your apps, such as currently active users, sessions, and crash free users over the last 24 hours,” the app description describes.
Developers already have them available via the HockeyApp website, but now they’ll additionally have access to the same information via this app.
The app features a Material Design and is currently available for everyone with Android 4.0.3 and up to download on Play Store.