Microsoft has today reported the acquisition of Stuttgart, Germany-based company HockeyApp, which gives Android developers nitty gritty application crash reports, alongside an approach to circulate beta variants of those applications. The particular budgetary terms of the acquisition were not unveiled in the affirmation.
This most recent move is yet an alternate illustration of Microsoft services application developers working on platforms other than the company’s own particular Windows OS. Microsoft expressed:
In the coming months, we will introduce new iOS and Android SDKs for Application Insights based on the features of HockeyApp. Application Insights offers a 360-degree view of application usage, availability, and performance across both client and server/cloud application components. Integrating HockeyApp crash reports with Application Insights usage analytics will extend device support for Application Insights across all major mobile platforms and make application analytics an ambient part of the application development cycle with support for all tiers of a modern “mobile first, cloud first” solution.